Hence, the reason both indentured servants (i.e., share croppers) and the Fugitive Slave Act were ushered into existence. Both were ways to hold unto "cheap labor" at any cost to: 1) keep labor cost down and 2) undermine the new legalized freedom of Blacks. Yes, the North and the South used both to their advantage but it was more detrimental to Blacks in the South than to those who lived in the North at the time.Plenty of Southerners (Lee included) had misgivings about slavery. They simply wanted to address the issue on their own terms.
Then they are wrong for going that extra mile, IMO, just as both sides were - North and South but in particular the South - for exploiting Blacks after Emancipation using both sharecropping and the Fugitive Slave Act as unfair labor tactics to keep free Blacks under their thumb.A) It IS being primarily flown over war memorials, and by private persons. The Far Left and PC authoritarians in general are trying to deny Southerners even that right.
Not at all. But Native Americans for the most part made the decision to be separate from the American populace while also being afforded the protections the United States provides by virtue of all U.S. Indian Reservations coming under the jurisdiction of U.S. laws. That's not to say that even after corralling them into somewhat isolated parts of the country that the U.S. government didn't try to take advantage of them (again and again), but despite their efforts Native American Indians still retain "their land" and are pretty much left alone today. Sure, they're having their share of problems (which we won't get into because that would derail the tread all the more), but they aren't facing the same level of racial scrutiny Blacks seem to still be facing today.B) By this logic, are we to assume that Native Americans should "just get over it" and throw away their cultural heritage as well? They "lost" a Hell of a lot worse than the South ever did.