The Confederacy was never single-minded. From the fateful year of 1861 until Appomattox, the South was a complex of heroism and cowardice, grief and frivolity, nationalism and state rights. But at the same time the Southern nation underwent a complete career from birth through maturity to death. In" The Confederacy" Charles P. Roland is faithful to both the larger career and the internal complexity. Paying careful attention to President Davis' struggle against dividing forces within, the author skillfully narrates the ...

The Confederacy 1962, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL

ISBN-13: 9780226724515

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Confederacy 1962, University of Chicago Press

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