After Secession: Jefferson Davis and the Failure of Confederate Nationalismby Paul D. Escott
This book focuses on the challenges the South's political ideals presented to Davis in wartime and on the ways in which growing class resentments among citizens in the countryside affected the war effort.
- Louisiana State University Press
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Meet the Author
Paul D. Escott received his doctorate from Duke University. He is assistant professor of history at the University of north Carolina at Charlotte.
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