Great Debates in American History: The Civil War
Marion Mills Miller
Current Literature Publishing Company, 1913 - History
This is a compilation of the most significant debates that have taken place in US history as conducted by the country's most brilliant statesmen. It includes introductory essays by many academics and is intended for any one with an interest in politics and the US.
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