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A better half to the Civil conflict and Reconstruction addresses the most important subject matters and topics of the Civil struggle period, with 23 unique essays by means of most sensible students within the field.An authoritative quantity that surveys the background and historiography of the U.S. Civil struggle and ReconstructionAnalyzes the key assets and the main influential books and articles within the fieldIncludes discussions on scholarly advances in U.S. Civil struggle background.
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