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The secession crisis, 1860-1861.

Author: P J Staudenraus
Publisher: Chicago, Rand McNally [1963]
Series: Berkeley series in American history.
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Staudenraus, P.J.
Secession crisis, 1860-1861.
Chicago, Rand McNally [1963]
(OCoLC)654549875
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: P J Staudenraus
OCLC Number: 965156
Description: 60 pages 22 cm.
Contents: Introduction-Part 1: Was Secession a Conspiracy or a Popular Movement: --
1.1-Conspiracy-1.2-Popular Movement-Part 2: The Argument for Secession-2.1-William L. Yancey, Apostle of Disunion-2.2-Fire Eaters Seek to Split the Democratic Party-Part 3: Lincoln's Election Precipitates the Crisis-3.1-Governor Brown of Georgia Asks for Arms-3.2-Separate State Action or Cooperative Action?-3.3-Southern Editors Speak Plainly: Delay is Dangerous-Part 4: Southern Efforts to Forestall Disunion Fail-4.1-The Cooperationist Argument-4.2-A South Carolinian Pleads for the Union-4.3-Was Secession Popular?-Part 5: Buchanan's Dilemma-5.1-Conspiracy Grips Buchanan's Administration-5.2-The President's Stand on Secession-Part 6: The Republicans' Response-6.1-Submission of the north or War-6.2-Nationalism and patience Will Melt Secession-6.3-Lincoln Rules Out Concessions-6.4-There is No Crisis-6.4-The Union is Unbroken-For Further Reading.
Series Title: Berkeley series in American history.

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