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From the Publisher"A solid contribution to antebellum political history [that] offers a new and interesting viewpoint on sectionalism."
—Journal of Southern History
"A stimulating and extremely fluent study, bringing together a multitude . . . of voices offering their particular perspective on, proscriptions against, or prescriptions for disunion."
—Georgia Historical Quarterly
"Deeply enriches our understanding of the causes of the Civil War. . . . [Varon's] insights on the gendered nature of disunion discourse are especially valuable. . . . Extremely readable."
—Maryland Historical Magazine