The war time was a money-making process.
The Federal Government was victorious simply because it had the most men and the most money.
The Confederate cause failed simply because its men and money were exhausted; for no other reason.
Inequality came to an end in the South
; equality was established throughout the Union
; but the real victors were the money-makers, merchants, bankers, manufacturers, railway men, monopolists, and speculators.
It was their cause that had triumphed under the banner of freedom.
has been roughly handled by caricaturists and paragraphists as a beggar.
Verily, his reward has been small at the hands of those to whom he rendered his chief service.
If the business men of the North
had given him an income of one thousand dollars a day, and General Sherman
one of five hundred, they would have insufficiently acknowledged what those stubborn soldiers did for them.’