The Atlantic World and the Crisis of the 1860s
For more than a century and a half, historians have told the story of America’s Civil War within a familiar nation-bound narrative. Most accounts center on the growing tensions between North and South over slavery, the clash of arms, the generals and political leaders on each side, the civilians at the home front, and the ordeal of Reconstruction. It is a quintessential American story about the nation’s defining crisis....
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