A Wicked War
Polk, Clay, Lincoln, and the 1846 U.S. Invasion of MexicoBook - 2012
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Those who wage war for the purpose of subjugating nations to their will are guilty of a heinous crime.
Most Americans viewed the Texas Revolution as a war for slavery but as a race war between brown Mexicans and white Texians, and as a result supported the Texians wholeheartedly.
Sarah and James Polk believed the domination of white over black was part of God's plan.
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