The Civil War: a second American revolution? Edited by William E. Parrish.
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United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865.
152 p. illus. 24 cm.
Bring forth a new nation, by C. N. Degler.--A major result of the Civil War, by A. Nevins.--Equality: the deferred commitment, by C. V. Woodward.--The price of union, by A. O. Craven.--The twilight of humanitarianism, by G. M. Fredrickson.--The triumph of American capitalism, by L. M. Hacker.--Did the Civil War retard industrialization? By T. C. Cochran.--The Civil War: a catalyst of agricultural revolution, by W. D. Rasmussen.--Economic change in the Civil War era, by H. N. Scheiber.--The nationalism of Abraham Lincoln, by J. A. Rawley.--The Confederacy and the American tradition, by F. E. Vandiver.--The Civil War and the spirit of compromise, by D. J. Boorstin.--"Suggestions for further reading": p. 148-152.
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