Hunter Wallace is the editor of Occidental Dissent. In this interview Mr Wallace talks about a lengthy review he recently did of David Brion Davis’ book Inhuman Bondage: The Rise and Fall of New World Slavery. He speaks about how plantation society and slavery were introduced into the Golden Circle region, moving from Brazil to Barbados to South Carolina and throughout the Lower South and beyond. He then talks about the influences of the anti-slavery movement, how it gained strength and how it eventually pushed abolition on what had been extremely prosperous societies, resulting in most cases in extreme poverty and in the worst case (Haiti) in the total collapse of civilisation. Finally, Wallace speaks about the long-term results of Northern fanaticism, democracy and equality on the South and the bizarre inability of many anti-Southern partisans to understand why the South since 1865 has been the poorest region of the United States.
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