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The struggle for equality : essays on sectional conflict, the Civil War, and the long reconstruction

Author: Orville Vernon Burton; Jerald E Podair; Jennifer L Weber
Publisher: Charlottesville : University of Virginia Press, 2011.
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Orville Vernon Burton; Jerald E Podair; Jennifer L Weber
ISBN: 9780813931739 0813931738 9780813931777 0813931770
OCLC Number: 707626656
Description: xiii, 306 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: The radicalism of the abolitionists revisited : the case of the Society of Friends / Ryan P. Jordan --
Abolitionism as logical conclusion : General James S. Wadsworth as a case study in anti-Southern sentiment and the radicalizing experience of the Civil War / Judith A. Hunter --
Our man in Paris : John Meredith Read Jr. and the discontents of American republicanism, 1860-1896 / Philip M. Katz --
A dynamic for success and failure : discipline, cause, and comrades in the relationship between officers and enlisted men in Lee's army / Joseph T. Glatthaar --
All the president's men : the politicization of Union soldiers and how they saved Abraham Lincoln / Jennifer L. Weber --
Abraham Lincoln's last "stump speech" : September 3, 1863 / Ronald C. White Jr --
"The power of making me miserable" : Abraham Lincoln and race / Bruce Dain --
"Public women" and sexual politics during the American Civil War / Catherine Clinton --
Wendell Phillips and the idea of industrial democracy in early postbellum America / Brian Greenberg. The strange career of Jim Longstreet : history and contingency in the Civil War era / James K. Hogue --
The grasshopper plague, 1874-1878, and social welfare : the postbellum prospects for relief, recovery, and reform / Thomas C. Cox --
The wrongful court-martial and posthumous presidential pardon of Lieutenant Henry O. Flipper, USMA 1877 / Tom Carhart --
For god and lodge : black fraternal orders and the evolution of African American religion in the postbellum South / John M. Giggie --
Peddling the lost cause : a southern white woman at work / Michele Gillespie --
Race and municipal reform in the progressive era : the adoption of at-large elections in Norfolk, Virginia, 1914-1918 / Peyton McCrary --
School of a soldier : World War II as a transformative experience in the life of Dr. Joseph T. Taylor / Monroe H. Little --
An awful choice : Bayard Rustin and New York City's civil rights wars, 1968 / Jerald Podair.
Responsibility: edited by Orville Vernon Burton, Jerald Podair, and Jennifer L. Weber.

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