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A spouse to the Civil battle and Reconstruction КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Blackwell Publishing LtdСерия: Blackwell partners to American HistoryАвтор(ы): Lacy okay. FordЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 2005Количество страниц: 531ISBN: 0–631–21551Формат: pdf (e-book)Размер: 1,93 mbA spouse to the Civil battle and Reconstruction is a rare selection of 26 essays at the most vital subject matters and topics of the yankee Civil conflict and Reconstruction. those unique essays through best students within the box are geared up into 3 elements reflecting 3 significant classes of the struggle and its aftermath: »Sectional clash and the arrival of the Civil War,« »The Civil warfare and American Society,« and »Reconstruction and the hot Nation.« each one essay is an interpretive precis of the main literature within the box and locations the subject in its historic context. members comprise bibliographies and recommend destiny instructions for historiography. This better half offers a useful consultant to Civil battle and Reconstruction background. RAPIDили IFOLDER zero
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The direction of America was settled only by the disfranchisement of those who seemed to deny individualism in favor of class organization and government aid. ” Yet rather than reactionary conservative hegemony, the defeat of radicalism in the United States produced an era of centrist reform, movements which sought to meliorate industrial capitalism’s shortcomings without threatening the system itself. ” Richardson’s concluding chapter reminds us that perhaps the ﬁnal yet most subtle irony of the American Civil War remains that the new social order the war helped create reﬂected the ambitions of neither the victors nor the vanquished.
As Hirschfeld (1997) admits, Washington, like far too many modern presidents, consistently delayed action on race relations in the name of sectional harmony and the larger (white) national good. ” Worse yet, his only ofﬁcial action pertaining to slavery was to afﬁx his signature on the federal Fugitive Slave Act 1793. Here too, of course, context is critical. Early national presidents never vetoed legislation they regarded as constitutional on policy grounds. Still, thousands of young black men and women undoubtedly shared Hirschfeld’s judgment that Washington “cannot escape his share of the blame for the pain and suffering inﬂicted on future generations of African Americans” by putting his signature to this law (Hirschfeld 1997: 190–1).
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