Though many former Confederate soldiers arrived home after the war as dazed and disheartened veterans, they soon came to strive for self-control and emotional moderation in an attempt to suppress the unfettered feelings expressed at the war’s end. By these means, the veterans reasserted a strong public face and regained mastery of many political, cultural, and social institutions.
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