The Militant South, 1800-1861
University of Illinois Press, 2002 - 317 strani
Identifies the factors and causes of the South's festering propensity for aggression that contributed to the outbreak of the Civil War in 1861. This title asserts that the South was dominated by militant white men who resorted to violence in the face of social, personal, or political conflict. It details the consequences of antebellum aggression.
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Background of Violence
A Militant Gentry
Defending The Cornerstone
A Little Learning
West Points of the South
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