Secession Movement Then and Now…

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The above diagram is from an old 1960’s era history book about secession and the Confederacy. It shows how the voters in 1861 voted either for secession or against it. Note that this breakdown is pretty much the same today as it was back in 1861 with a few exceptions. South Florida would be black as would Northern Virginia and all of the metro areas. Besides that the rural South, which still makes up about 70% of the map today, still supports secession from the Federal Empire by about 82.6%.

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About Cracker Commander

I'm a proud native Florida Cracker, Confederate, Dixon, Christian, and ardent Constitutionalist. I have dedicated my life to exposing the America for the Federal Empire that it is, and to push for peaceful secession for the native people of Dixie (Dixons) and Texas (Texans). God Save Dixie!

Posted on January 28, 2014, in Secession Movement and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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