The Civil War and Reconstruction (Read)


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    The Civil War and Reconstruction (Read) read & download The Civil War and Reconstruction Since this was such a long book I will pick a few things that I found interesting One the south was hardly unified prior to the civil war In some cases the majority of counties voted in referendum to remain part of the union and representatives went and voted to secede anyway The hypocrisy of the south is even shocking then I though

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    The Civil War and Reconstruction (Read) Even though the American Civil War ended in 1865 the revenge on and control of the South continued until 1876 The Republican party sought to punish white Southern Democrats for trying to secede from the Union This helped giv

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  • Paperback
  • 800
  • The Civil War and Reconstruction
  • James G. Randall
  • English
  • 11 December 2018
  • 9780393974270

read & download The Civil War and Reconstruction

The Civil War and Reconstruction review Ì 103 Long considered the standard text in the field The Civil War and Reconstruction—originally written by James G Randall and revised by David Donald—is now available in a thoroughly revised new edition prepared by David Donald Jean H Baker and Michael F Holt Maintaining the accuracy and comprehensiveness that distinguished the original. Since this was such a long book I will pick a few things that I found interesting One the south was hardly unified prior to the civil war In some cases the majority of counties voted in referendum to remain part of the union and representatives went and voted to secede anyway The hypocrisy of the south is even shocking then I thought As soon as they split in the name of a decentralized government the first thing they did was form a strong central government The rights of the individual were trampled upon food supplies crops were stolen from individual citizens in a way that left morale crushed in the south A government that many got behind to protect the property of citizens was now systematically thieving from the populace at will Towards the end of the war they actually considered and began the process of arming slaves and sending them in to battle The level of violence against blacks is not surprising but still disturbing These were war crimes that should be mandatory reading all through the southLastly the parallels between Lincoln and Obama are sometimes startling Both are grossly misunderstood by huge sections of the country to the point of total paranoia Both were open to compromise to the point where they disappointed their radical parts of their party Both took the same approach to cabinet appointments often filling them with people of the opposing party Both saw their main achievements ground down by not just the opposition but moderates looking to get reelected instead of passing wise legislation for the country

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The Civil War and Reconstruction review Ì 103 On as a national rather than a regional problem exploring the connections between developments in the South and parallel changes in the NorthIn this text on the American Civil War Jean Baker discusses Southern society slavery the experiences of women and issues of class Mike Holt has focused his attention on the post war Reconstructio. Defense serious history but well worth the trouble If you want to be able to have an informed opinion of the effects of the Civil War this is a great place to start Tod an der Place de la Bastille rather than a

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The Civil War and Reconstruction review Ì 103 The revised edition incorporates the best new scholarship in the field Expanded and updated coverage of social and cultural history includes detailed discussions of southern society slavery and the African American experience the experiences of women and issues of class The postwar chapters have been reconceived to treat Reconstructi. The best book to read and reference on Civil War and Reconstruction especially reconstruction We have for so long focused on the war itself and forget about the Fallout and atrocities afterward A must read and a permanent reference volume for any student of the Civil War and government