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Statesmen of the lost cause; Jefferson Davis and his cabinet (1939)

by Burton Jesse Hendrick

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Excellent book on the civil government and foreign relations of the Confederacy. Author occassionally lets his pro-Confederate viewpoint slip into the narrative, but for the factual information it's priceless in discussing the governmental history of the Confederacy and in tracing the reasons for its inevitable collapse.
  CuppD | Jul 28, 2006 |
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