THE FIELD OF BLOOD: Violence in Congress and the Road to Civil War
Offers a new and dramatically rendered portrait of American politics in its rowdiest years. The author shows that today's hyperpolarized environment cannot compare with the turbulent atmosphere of decades before the Civil War, when the U.S. Congress itself was rife with conflict. Illus.
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