Season 3, Episode 4. Once more Deep South states joined South Carolina in seceding from the Union, the South was faced with the need to quickly form their own national government. This meant the drafting of a constitution, the election of a president, the appointment of a legislature, and the establishment of an administrative framework. With war on the horizon, they had to act quickly, all while hostilities continued to heat up off the coast of Charleston.
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