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The legacy of the American Civil War, edited by Harold D. Woodman.

New York, Wiley [1973] .
ISBN 0471959839

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Subjects United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865.
Description viii, 214 p. 22 cm.
Contents Lincoln, A. Gettysburg address.--Warren, R. P. The test of history.--Nevins, A. A major result.--Vandiver, F. E. The Confederacy and the American tradition.--Fredrickson, G. M. A changed intellectual landscape.--Hartz, L. Democratizing Whiggery.--Potter, D. M. The Civil War in an international context.--Cochran, T. C. Did the Civil War retard industrialization?--Salsbury, S. The effect of the Civil War on the American industrial development.--Rasmussen, W. D. A catalyst of agricultural revolution.--Hacker, L. M. "The triumph of industrial capitalism".--Grady, H. W. The New South.--Shannon, F. A. Land and labor in the New South.--Nixon, H. C. Wither Southern economy?--McWhiney, G. Reconstruction.--Woodward, C. V. Equality.--Bruce, B. K. The necessity for change.--Brock, W. R. The waning of radicalism.--Franklin, J. H. Racial segregation in the United States.--King, M. L., Jr. I have a dream.--Bibliography: (p. 211-214)
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00596325
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