"The history of enslavement, the history of the Civil War, is deeply personal. This is our story. It is the story of the foundation of our nation. It is a lot harder to be honest with the difficult truths about your own history," Rachel Boynton, director of "Civil War," says.

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Watch “Civil War,” tonight at 10 p.m. ET on @MSNBC.
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"You don't knock over the U.S. Congress and disrupt electoral college counting for the first time in American history by accident, and you don't do it for free," Rep. Raskin says of looking into the financing of Jan. 6. Billionaires create a civil war against the middle class.
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Someone please add the comments of those southerners that said their family’s slaves were happy and were treated like family. And slaves were never whipped because you take care of your property and not harm them. And that they were thankful to be in America for a better life.
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This is what all the fuss about CRT is really about, the truth, the lies & the cruelty. This is what Rs don't want you to know. #CapitolInsurrection
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A lot of what they are saying are not the truth! There were thousands of black folks that willingly fought for the south because the north was trying to take control of their lives and force them to work for very little and they lost their homes and had nothing!
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I wont speak about the morality of slavery , but it was not illegal in the United States prior to our Civil War. Confederates fought for what they believed to be constitutional at the time.
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That's not correct. The Missouri Compromise was passed in 1820 & banned slavery in Louisiana Purchase states north of Missouri's southern border. It was ultimately repealed via the Nebraska-Kansas Act in 1854, but Missouri Compromise was in effect for 30 yrs.
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After every 3 to 4 minute block of narrative…boom, a long, insipid commercial. Not only annoying but a great disservice to the show itself . MSNBC, you really should have done better with this important show.
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I feel the same. There seemed to be no thought given as to when the commercial breaks occurred, so the rhythm of the show was continually interrupted.
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