Ch. 1: Red Invasion of America
Ch. 2: Marx, Engels, and Lincoln
Ch. 3: Adolph Hitler and Abraham Lincoln
Ch. 4: A Freethinker Looks at Lincoln
Ch. 5: Lincoln’s Mystical View of the Union
Ch. 6: Was Lincoln’s View Correct–What about the Union?
Ch. 7: Abraham Lincoln the Socialist
Ch. 8: The Impact of 1848
Ch. 9: Socialist Exodus to the United States
Ch.10: Socialist Influence in the Election of 1860
Ch.11: Support for the Union from Marx, Engels, & Others
Ch.12: Lincoln’s Socialist Legions–The Germans
Ch.13: Lincoln’s Socialist Legions–The Non-Germans
Ch.14: “What Did You DO After the War, Daddy?”
Ch.15: Socialist Goals in the United States (1860 until the Present)
Ch.16: Evangelicals Marching with Marx
Ch.17: The Abraham Lincoln Brigade
Ch.18: Looking Backward
Addendum I: Prominent Early American Socialists & Communists
Addendum II: Perpetual Motion & Other Utopian Dreams
Addendum III: Socialist Influence on Feminism
Addendum IV: Twenty-First Century American Secession Movements
Addendum V: A Views of Edward Bellamy’s Socialist Progress
Addendum VI: Recommended Reading List
During the War for Southern Independence, Marx wrote about his support of the Union Army, the Republican Party, and Lincoln himself. In fact, he named the president as “the single-minded son of the working class.” In addition to shedding light on this little-known part of our history, Kennedy and Benson also ask pertinent questions about the validity of today’s federal government and why its role seems so much larger than the liberty found in the states it represents.
Red Republicans and Lincoln’s Marxists is a bold undertaking, but it’s one that needs our immediate and absolute attention.
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