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  • Paperback
  • 304 pages
  • The Cause of the South: Selections from De Bow's Review, 1846-1867 (Library of Southern Civilization)
  • Paul F. Paskoff
  • English
  • 15 October 2018
  • 9780807110393

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  1. says:

    This book was a disappointment to me It s not the book s fault at all The book is neither fiction, nor non fiction, but merely a reprinting of selected newspaper articles from a Civil War era southern periodical, based out of New Orleans I wanted to read it because, as a modern, fairly liberal individual, I was taught two things in school that the Civil War was fought to free the slaves, and that the good guys won But, knowing that history is written by the winners, I had a nagging urge to wrap my head around the Lost Cause that claimed so many lives I d heard conspiratorial whispers about it really being fought over States rights, Federal overreach, Cotton taxes, etc I d hoped to read this book and claim some insider knowledge about a confederate southerner s way of thinking, so the next time I was at a cocktail party and a fellow party goer got up on their high horse to denounce the evils of antebellum southern society, I could raise a warning flag about some of the peripheral issues that co...

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