I'm curious how other people perceive Southern Slavery? I used to think it was very clear. There are rules after all that were labelled Jim Crow laws, that regulate everyone, honestly, that black students and blacks nationwide are fully dedicated in breaking or flaunting. These rules by way of honoring State struggles linked to the Civil War, are then linked to Christian morality, and we arrive at Why slavery was visited upon Africans in a British colony that already had at least some immigration to the Crown, and that was by law to only enslave heathens and Muslims. This Slavery from Britain and the God of the British Fathers continued, even after social justice warriors of Britain ended British slavery, and its all a very clear issue, that any Nation coming in with slight capability at Christian instruction is not treated to any slavery, Woodrow Wilson championed Dixie and immigration rights in the 1900s for example, so I am curious what other causes we think we can go on about, such as blanket racism. I've been curious on the hit Dixie Cups, Chapel Of Love , is pro or against Anti-miscegenation marriage laws? What parts of Segregation are morally wrong? So do you have an additional view to explain Slavery? British Churches taxed the people of Ireland on British plantations, I don't then find similar Britains practicing a British slavery model in US states surprising, the model of it, feudalism as is common comparison, manorialism, gentry, nor greek revival, nor that the resultant potato famine in Ireland caused a flood to New York and Union soldier rosters with Irish.