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From the Publisher"A comprehensive discussion of the ideas and feelings of supporters of the Confederacy during the Civil War and Reconstruction."
— American Historical Review
"A sophisticated explication of the creation, manifestation, adaptation, and persistence of Confederate nationalism."
— The North Carolina Historical Review
"Rubin's study provides valuable contributions to understanding the creation of the Confederate identity."
— The Courier
"Anne Rubin gives us a rich portrait of the construction and reconstruction of Confederate identity in war and defeat. Her work moves the discussion of Confederate nationalism onto a new plane. (Drew Gilpin Faust, author of Mothers of Invention: Women of the Slaveholding South in the American Civil War)"