Liberty, Virtue, and Progress: Northerners and Their War for the Union
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BeschreibungConcentrating on ideology and cultural values, Liberty, Virtue, and Progress explores the motivations that caused Northerners to fight America's Civil War. Arguing for the primary significance of ideals and cultural values in defining a war, the book examines the opinions of both the Northern soldier and the civilian about the meaning of the civil War in terms of defining American nationalism, the character of the American people, and the future of free government.
PortraitEarl J. Hess is Associate Professor and Director of the History program at Lincoln Memorial University.
PressestimmenaEarl Hessprovides a succinct, thought-provoking analysis of the largely neglected questions of why so many Northern citizens supported the Union war effort, and eventually even emancipation, despite the Civil Waras carnage. . . . This volume represents a valuable addition to the study of the Union war effort.a
Untertitel: 'North's Civil War (Hardcover)'. New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: FORDHAM UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 1997
Seitenanzahl: 154 Seiten