English Public Opinion and the American Civil War

English Public Opinion and the American Civil War

by Duncan Andrew Campbell
     
 

A study of the development of English opinion on the American Civil War, paying special attention to the issues of slavery, neutral rights, democracy, republicanism, trade and propaganda - a new interpretation.See more details below

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A study of the development of English opinion on the American Civil War, paying special attention to the issues of slavery, neutral rights, democracy, republicanism, trade and propaganda - a new interpretation.

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This work should set the standard on this subject for many years. David Paul Crook, ENGLISH HISTORICAL REVIEWShould be required reading for anyone interested in the international dimensions of the Civil War. SOUTH CAROLINA HISTORICAL MAGAZINE Very skilfully navigates a full compendium of both primary and secondary sources and is written in a lively and reflective style.. An excellent tribute to Campbell's skills as a historian. AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEWOffers a bold interpretation of English opinions. CIVIL WAR HISTORY JOURNAL Those interested in British attitudes on the Civil War will profit from reading this work. THE HISTORIAN (US)Campbell, with his valuable inquiry, has joined scholars who understand the importance of public opinion in a free society. JOURNAL OF BRITISH HISTORY (US)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780861932634
Publisher:
Boydell & Brewer, Limited
Publication date:
08/21/2003
Series:
Royal Historical Society Studies in History New Series, #33
Pages:
274
Product dimensions:
6.06(w) x 9.70(h) x 0.88(d)

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