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From the Publisher
"This volume presents carefully constructed analyses of new issues, refreshing contributions to old debates, and a basic initiation into emancipation scholarship. Scholars looking for new approaches to the diverse literature on Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation would be wise to start their reading with this book."
-The Journal of Southern History
"Common themes emerge within this complex interweaving of subject matter and interests. . . . Represents the best of current scholarship on Abraham Lincoln."
-Register of the Kentucky Historical Society
"Provides an excellent history of the proclamation."
-The Federal Lawyer