Reunion Without Compromise: The South and Reconstruction: 1865-1868by Michael Perman
Pub. Date: 09/01/1973
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
A study of the political leadership of the Southern States during the decisive three years immediately after the American Civil War. See more details below
A study of the political leadership of the Southern States during the decisive three years immediately after the American Civil War.
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Table of Contents
Part I. Conciliation and conflict: 1. Defiant optimism; Part II. Encouraging Southern loyalty, 1865: 2. The Provisional Governors; 3. Strategies for readmission; 4. Discretion decentralized; 5. Misrepresentation; Part III. Seeking Southern co-operation, 1866: 6. Anticipation; 7. The South courted; 8. 'Masterly inactivity'; Part IV. Determining Southern acquiescence 1867–1868: 9. Reconstruction enjoined - March to July 1867; 10. Reconstruction resisted - July to December 1867.
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