The American Civil War: An Interpretation
Longmans, Green and Company, 1937 - 531 strani
Professor Fish was broadly sympathetic with the intentions of the North and the trials borne by the South. His conclusions came as a result of wide reading and extensive research in this country and in Europe. A second volume on the reconstruction was intended, but not realized due to the author's early death.
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