The causes of the American Civil War / edited and with an introduction by Edwin C. Rozwenc.

Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextSeries: Problems in American civilizationPublication details: Lexington, Mass : Heath, 1972.Edition: 2nd edSubject(s): DDC classification:
  • 973.711
LOC classification:
  • E459 .R59 1972
Contents:
Pollard, E. A. A peculiar and noble type of civilization.--Stephens, A. H. The war for states rights.--Buchanan, J. Republican fanaticism as a cause of the Civil War.--Wilson, H. The slave power conspiracy.--Rhodes, J. F. Antecedents of the American Civil War.--Beard, C. A. The approach of the irrepressible conflict.--Owsley, F. L. The irrepressible conflict.--Osterweis, R. G. South Carolina and the idea of southern nationalism.--Ramsdell, C. W. The natural limits of slavery expansion.--Randall, J. G. The blundering generation.--Craven, A. The 1840s and the democratic process.--Elkins, S. Slavery and the intellectual.--Nevins, A. The ordeal of the Union.--Genovese, E. The origins of slavery expansionism.--Foner, E. Slavery and the Republican ideology.--Geyl, P. The American Civil War and the problem of inevitability.--Potter, D. M. Why the Republicans rejected both compromise and secession.--Suggestions for additional reading [p. 322-324].
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Pollard, E. A. A peculiar and noble type of civilization.--Stephens, A. H. The war for states rights.--Buchanan, J. Republican fanaticism as a cause of the Civil War.--Wilson, H. The slave power conspiracy.--Rhodes, J. F. Antecedents of the American Civil War.--Beard, C. A. The approach of the irrepressible conflict.--Owsley, F. L. The irrepressible conflict.--Osterweis, R. G. South Carolina and the idea of southern nationalism.--Ramsdell, C. W. The natural limits of slavery expansion.--Randall, J. G. The blundering generation.--Craven, A. The 1840s and the democratic process.--Elkins, S. Slavery and the intellectual.--Nevins, A. The ordeal of the Union.--Genovese, E. The origins of slavery expansionism.--Foner, E. Slavery and the Republican ideology.--Geyl, P. The American Civil War and the problem of inevitability.--Potter, D. M. Why the Republicans rejected both compromise and secession.--Suggestions for additional reading [p. 322-324].