-Samuel A. Cartwright and his ridiculous pseudoscience
-The Southern States plans to expand slave-states in a “Golden Circle”
-Judah P. Benjamin and his endeavor to bring foreign powers into the Civil War
-And many other ridiculous details that have some historical parallel to real events
Along with the mocumentary itself, there are interludes throughout the film that showcase advertisements and news breaks that both provide some of the most humorous and shocking moments of the film. But it is also an interesting way to showcase all the racist products that were prevalent at one point in American history. These commercial interludes and the mocumentary's overall presentation help expose how slavery has been engraved in American culture and how a white-dominated culture (or rather a culture without diversity or different viewpoints) is a stunted, boring culture. Such a politically charged documentary is certainly not going to everyone's liking but for those who find the concept interesting, I'd say it's worth a watch.