THE CIVIL WAR AS GLOBAL CONFLICT: Transnational Meanings of the American Civil War
The contributors to this volume reveal that Civil War-era attitudes toward citizenship and democracy were far from fixed or stable. Race, ethnicity, nationhood, and slavery were subjects of fierce controversy.
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