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Helper did not care anything at all for the negro ; he was occupied wholly with the welfare of the white man , and he was convinced that white men , as a class , could not prosper as long as slavery continued to exist .
Notwithstanding the Supreme Court's decision , the Northern states , through their legislatures , continued to put obstacles in the way of slave - owning within their borders , and the abolitionists ( as well as the Southern Democrats ) ...
Roland D. Grant continued , “ this Grant in the army at Senlac was a Saxon , and that the family has its origin in that strong and valiant race . There are numerous items to lead to this conclusion . That they were Normans it is easy to ...
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This biography of Grant extends into a history of his times. The writing is informed, elegant, readable, and interesting. And very quotable: "Certainly no man can be a Christian and a soldier at the ... Read full review
OBSESSIONS AND FANTASIES
THE UNWILLING SOLDIER
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