Thomas J. DiLorenzo: Why Enemies of Liberty Love Lincoln

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FutureFreedomF-Aug 6, 2007

Thomas J. DiLorenzo on “Why Enemies of Liberty Love Lincoln” at the Future of Freedom Foundation’s Restoring the Republic, 2007.

Thomas J. DiLorenzo is professor of economics at Loyola College, Maryland, and a senior fellow at the Ludwig von Mises Institute. More about DiLorenzo at:






5 thoughts on “Thomas J. DiLorenzo: Why Enemies of Liberty Love Lincoln

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  2. People think Lee advocated sending Blacks back to Africa. It was Lincoln who wanted to do that. Sending Blacks back to Africa would’ve done a good deal of damage to the Confederate economy. People dont think about that though.

  3. If you think this speech was interesting you should read “The Real Lincoln…” This speech didn’t cover the many things mentioned in that book in regard to racism. The first thing it mentions is an icident in Missouri where John C. Fremont tried to free some slaves and was demoted for it. The same thing happened to Confederate Patrick Cleburne who was demoted by Richmond when he sugested that Southern slaves be freed so they could fight for the Confederacy. Free Blacks fought for both sides though.

  4. The propaganda used to prop up the tyrannical idiot Lincoln is so childish its laughable. A member of his own administration (Supreme Court Justice Salmon P, Chase) didn’t try a single Confederate for treason because he admitted the court had no case. He’s also right about how foolish the HIStory channel is. Their propaganda is so easy to spot its ridiculous. Remember the documantary “Hooked: Illegal Drugs and How They Got That way”? Recall when they mentioned Cocaine they said that “Southern Whites”thought it caused aggressiveness in Black men? Only “Southern Whites” thought this huh? *rollseyes*

    “140 years of propaganda” – Thomas Di Lorenzo

    He’s right about that and unfortunately its taught almost everywhere.

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