John M. Taylor looks at the issues that led to the War Between the States/Civil War, its destruction, and the reinvention of the republic. The conflict between the agrarian South and the industrial North saw Jeffersonian States' Rights battle the Republican Party centralizers, led by Abraham Lincoln. We now witness the results.
Related collections and offers
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.95(d)|
Table of ContentsForeword
Chapter One - The Declaration of Independence
Chapter Two - States' Rights
Chapter Three - Conflict on the Horizon
Chapter Four - Mr. Lincoln's Background and Motivation
Chapter Five - Mr. Lincoln's Political Ambition
Chapter Six - Lincoln: Law, Politics and Railroads
Chapter Seven - Activist Support for Lincoln and the Republicans
Chapter Eight - Lincoln wins the 1860 Republican Nomination
Chapter Nine - The Election of 1860
Chapter Ten - Southern Peace Efforts
Chapter Eleven - The Northern Pro-Slavery Amendment
Chapter Twelve - The Confederate Constitution
Chapter Thirteen - Colonel Baldwin Meets Mr. Lincoln
Chapter Fourteen - Fort Sumter
Chapter Fifteen - Coercion of the Southern States
Chapter Sixteen - Blockading Southern Ports
Chapter Seventeen - Illegal Suspension of the Writ of Habeas Corpus
Chapter Eighteen - Suppression of the Press, Speech, and War Resistance
Chapter Twenty - Maryland! Oh Maryland!
Chapter Twenty-One - Violation of the Fugitive Slave Law
Chapter Twenty-Two - West Virginia
Chapter Twenty-Three - The Trent Affair
Chapter Twenty-Four - The Emancipation Proclamation: A Worthless Piece of Paper or Ingenious War Measure?
Chapter Twenty-Five - The Emancipation Proclamation: A Worthless Piece of Paper or Ingenious War Measure? An Analysis (Part 2)
Chapter Twenty-Six - The Election of 1864 and the War's Conclusion
Chapter Twenty-Seven - Was That Really The Way To Save The Union?
Chapter Twenty-Eight - Is the South Really Better Off?
Chapter Twenty-Nine - Jefferson Davis - No Apologies!
Chapter Thirty - The Insights of Robert E. Lee and Lord Acton
Chapter Thirty-One - The Just War Theory
Chapter Thirty-Two - Northern Disapproval of the War
Chapter Thirty-Three - Lincoln, Democracy and Secession
Chapter Thirty-Four - A Different View of Mr. Lincoln's Faith
Chapter Thirty-Five - The Apotheosis of Abraham Lincoln