This Is America

U.S. Civil War

See also:

Abraham Lincoln to Horace Greeley, “A Letter from President Lincoln.; Reply to Horace Greeley. Slavery and the Union The Restoration of the Union the Paramount Object,” New York Times, August 24, 1862,

Glenn W. LaFantasie, “How the South rationalizes secession,” Salon, December 19, 2010,

Alexander Abad-Santos, “Racists Ruined the Confederate Flag for Lynyrd Skynyrd,” Atlantic, September 21, 2012,

Prachi Gupta, “Lynyrd Skynyrd decides it’s finally time to stop using the Confederate flag,” Salon, September 22, 2012,

Jonathan Terbush, “Lynyrd Skynyrd calls Confederate Flag racist, prompts fan revolt,” Raw Story, September 22, 2012,

Chris Willman, “Lynyrd Skynyrd Backtracks On Comments, Proudly Lets Confederate Flag Fly,” Yahoo!, September 24, 2012,

Andrew O’Hehir, “Welcome to the new Civil War,” Salon, January 5, 2013,

Tracy Thompson, “The South still lies about the Civil War,” Salon, March 16, 2013,

Tony Horwitz, “150 Years of Misunderstanding the Civil War,” Atlantic, June 19, 2013,

Stephan Richter, “Shutdown shows the Civil War never ended,” Salon, October 8, 2013,

Kim Messick, “Modern GOP is still the party of Dixie,” Salon, October 12, 2013,

David W. Blight, “The Civil War Isn’t Over,” Atlantic, April 8, 2015,

Campbell Robertson, Monica Davey, and Julie Bosman, “Calls to Drop Confederate Emblems Spread Nationwide,” New York Times, June 23, 2015,

Robin Wright, “Is America Headed for a New Kind of Civil War?” New Yorker, August 14, 2017,

Julia Martinez, “For Civil-War Scholars, a Settled Question That Will Never Die: What Caused the War?” Chronicle of Higher Education, October 31, 2017,

Carol L. Folt and Robert A. Blouin, “Update on the Confederate Monument,” University of North Carolina, December 3, 2018,

Associated Press, “7 arrested in protest over torn-down Confederate statue,” Grio August 28, 2018,

Kia Morgan-Smith, “‘Tear down Silent Sam’: Confederate statue plans at UNC Chapel Hill cause uproar among students,” Grio, December 4, 2018,

Associated Press, “Confederate statue being removed in North Carolina city,” Grio, March 12, 2019,

Kathleen Parker, “Trump has essentially declared a ‘race war,’” Washington Post, July 30, 2019,

Claudia Rankine with James D. Walsh, “This Is America,” New York, December 19, 2019,

Marc Fisher, “Confederate statues: In 2020, a renewed battle in America’s enduring Civil War,” Washington Post, June 11, 2020,

British Broadcasting Corporation, “Trump orders statues be protected from ‘mob rule,’” June 27, 2020,

David W. Blight, “Europe in 1989, America in 2020, and the Death of the Lost Cause,” New Yorker, July 1, 2020,

W. Ralph Eubanks, “The Confederate Flag Finally Falls in Mississippi,” New Yorker, July 1, 2020,

Andrea Mazzarino, “War Zone America?” TomDispatch, September 22, 2020,

Teo Armus and Joe Heim, “Charlottesville to take down Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson statues Saturday,” Washington Post, July 9, 2021,

David W. Blight, “The Civil War Isn’t Over,” Atlantic, April 8, 2015,

Ta-Nehisi Coates, “What This Cruel War Was Over,” Atlantic, June 22, 2015,

Chas Danner, “Charlottesville Finally Removes Confederate Statues,” New York, July 10, 2021,

Erin Edgerton, “George Rogers Clark statue at UVa removed,” Charlottesville Daily Progress, July 11, 2021,

David Masciotra, “Could genocide really happen here? Leading scholar says America is on ‘high alert,’” Salon, July 11, 2021,

Sarah Brown, “U. of South Carolina Wants to Rename Buildings. State Politics Will Stop It,” Chronicle of Higher Education, July 16, 2021,

Taylor Telford, “Dozens of nooses have shown up on U.S. construction sites. The culprits rarely face consequences,” Washington Post, July 22, 2021,

Wright Thompson, “His Name Was Emmett Till,” Atlantic, September 2021,

Gregory S. Schneider and Laura Vozzella, “Robert E. Lee statue is removed in Richmond, ex-capital of Confederacy, after months of protests and legal resistance,” Washington Post, September 8, 2021,

Gillian Brockell, “Counties with more Confederate monuments also had more lynchings, study finds,” Washington Post, October 13, 2021, Counties with more Confederate monuments also had more lynchings, study finds

Joe Napsha, “Norwin superintendent reaches out to parents following Confederate clothing incident,” Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, October 13, 2021,

Deepa Shivaram, “Charlottesville’s statue of Robert E. Lee will soon be melted down into public art,” National Public Radio, December 7, 2021,

Colin Deppen, “Pennsylvania revises Confederate markers, recasts forces as “enemy” soldiers,” Philadelphia Inquirer, December 14, 2021,

Dana Milbank, “‘We are closer to civil war than any of us would like to believe,’ new study says,” Washington Post, December 17, 2021,

Jesse O’Neill, “Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene suggests a ‘national divorce’ between red and blue states,” New York Post, December 29, 2021,

Gregory S. Schneider, “Robert E. Lee monument, other Confederate statues could go to Richmond’s Black History Museum under deal,” Washington Post, December 30, 2021,

Rachel Bade and Zack Stanton, “4 startling polls you should read about Jan. 6,” Politico, January 2, 2022,

Thomas Homer-Dixon, “The American polity is cracked, and might collapse. Canada must prepare,” Globe and Mail, January 2, 2022,

Jacob Bacharach, “The Next Coup Attempt Will Be More Dangerous,” review of The Steal: The Attempt to Overturn the 2020 Election and the People Who Stopped It by Mark Bowden and Matthew Teague, New Republic, January 4, 2022,

Philip Bump, “What we’re talking about when we talk about civil war,” Washington Post, January 4, 2022,

Stephen Marche, “The next US civil war is already here – we just refuse to see it,” Guardian, January 4, 2022,

Bruce Hoffman, “A Year After January 6, Is Accelerationism the New Terrorist Threat?” Council on Foreign Relations, January 5, 2022,

Michael Lind, “America’s Asymmetric Civil War,” Tablet, January 5, 2022,

Daniel McCarthy, “January 6 was an alarm bell,” Spectator, January 6, 2022,

Ben Sixsmith, “The Capitol riot transformed right-wing activism in America,” Spectator, January 6, 2022,

Tina Nguyen, “My Country, Right or Far Right?: January 6th and the World It Created,&rdq; Puck News, January 6, 2022,

Jeannie Suk Gersen, “The Case Against the Oath Keepers,” New Yorker, January 21, 2022,

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