Coming of the American Civil War
Edition: 3rd 1993
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Description: This classic anthology brings together a wealth of contemporary scholarship on the origins of the Civil War.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
List price: $73.95
Copyright year: 1993
Publisher: CENGAGE Learning
Publication date: 1/1/1992
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.25" long x 0.50" tall
|The Need for Justification|
|The War for State Rights|
|The Slave Power Conspiracy|
|A Battle of Principles and Ideas|
|The Problem of Inevitability|
|The Approach of the Irrepressible Conflict|
|The Irrepressible Conflict|
|The Repressible Conflict|
|The Blundering Generation|
|Political and Institutional Origins of the Sectional Conflict|
|An Excess of Democracy: The American Civil War and the Social Process|
|The American Civil War as a Constitutional|
|Party Dynamics and the Coming of the Civil War|
|The Irrepressible Conflict Social and Economic Origins of the Sectional Conflict|
|The Southern Slaveholders Against the Modern World|
|The American Civil War: The Last Capitalist Revolution|
|The Economics of Cotton, Slavery, and the Civil War Cultural and Ideological Origins of the Sectional Conflict Eric Foner, Politics, Ideology, and the Origins of the Civil War|
|The Distinctiveness of the Old South|
|Anglophobia, Southern Nationalism, and the Sectional Conflict|
|White Supremacy and the American Sectional Conflict The Secession Crisis|
|Secession in South Carolina Bertram Wyatt-Brown, Honor and Secession|
|The Unionist Offensive|
|Why the Republicans Rejected Both Compromise and Secession|
|The Republicans' Policy: A Reply to|
|The American Civil War as a Crisis of Law and Order|
|Suggestions for Further Reading|