When the American Civil War began, the commander-in-chief of the Confederate army, Robert Edward Lee, did not own slaves, which could not be said of his opponent, the leader of the northerners, General Ulysses Grant.

African-American Confederate Veterans at 1930 UCV Reunion in Biloxi, Mississippi
by GovWallace on YouTube
Yeah it was about states’ rights, that wanted to own slaves.
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