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How the South finally won the Civil War : and controls the political future of the United States

Author: Charles Potts
Publisher: Walla Walla, Wash. : Tsunami Press, ©1995.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Potts
ISBN: 0964444003 9780964444003
OCLC Number: 32304111
Description: 439 pages : maps ; 24 cm
Contents: Part I. Background and foreground. What the Civil War was fought over ; Holy war: how war became the state religion ; The arc of Columbus: old world background ; The British Empire: beyond Barbados ; South Carolina in the Indies: cultural generator --
Part II. Important Confederate people and places. John Calhoun: the godfather of the Confederate Empire ; Remember the Alamo!: first Texan ; 100 Kuwaits: and the rest is real estate ; The Confederate Territory of Arizona ; Jefferson Davis: the father of the Confederate Empire --
Part III. Confederate comeback milestones. Second Texan: the Chisholm Trail North ; States rights: the southern resurrection ; Alone in Cuba: Teddy Roosevelt's empire ; How California became a southern state ; The Truman Doctrine: the prism of empire --
Part IV. Confederate Empire on the modern stage. The fabulous fifties: made in Texas ; The Confederate election of 1964 ; The anamalous administration of Jimmy Carter ; Ronald Reagan: Confederate pony in Nicaragua ; George Bush: Voodoo economic transparency --
Part V. Consequences of Confederate victory. The gunbelt: Defense Department demographics ; One big plantation: king cotton, Prince Albert, sacred cows ; Mexico: so far from God, so close to the United States ; Twenty nations in one ; The democratic Nationalists ; The inescapable conclusion.
Responsibility: Charles Potts.

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