Answer to Question #135014 in History for lacee abernathy

Question #135014

Why did Newton Knight believe this “wasn’t his war”


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2020-09-28T06:14:09-0400

During Knight's era, he was faced by several oppositions to his idea of his cause. In the beginning, his own son criticized him as a failure in fighting for a cause he disagreed. Knight's niece refers to him as a traitor to the confederacy and castigated him to his marriage to a freedom woman. Knight faced criticism from Ethel who called him a backward, ignorant and a murderous traitor. In conclusion, upon facing such challenges and opposition towards his cause, Knight believes that the war isn't his.


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