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Summer 2017 Editorial

By Tom Barber


FEATURE REVIEW

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Remembering Reconstruction: Struggles Over the Meaning of America’s Most Turbulent Era

Edited by Carole Emberton and Bruce E. Baker
Review by Gaines Foster


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Stepdaughters of History: Southern Women and the American Civil War

By Catherine Clinton
Review by Anne Marshall


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Lincoln and the Democrats: The Politics of Opposition in the Civil War

By Mark E. Neely Jr.
Review by Barry Alfonso


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Southern Progressivism: The Reconciliation of Progress and Tradition, 2nd Edition

By: Dewey Grantham
Review by Jeffery Hobson


FEATURE ESSAY

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The Uncertain Progress of White Male Democracy: Intimidation and Disenfranchisement before the Civil War

By Christopher Olsen


CIVIL WAR AUTHOR INTERVIEW

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Sex and the Civil War: Soldier, Pornography, and the Making of American Morality

By Judith Giesberg


A LOOK AT LINCOLN

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More than Poor: Lincoln's Days in Indiana

By Frank J. Williams


CIVIL WAR TREASURES

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David F. Boyd: Eyewitness to Reconstruction

By Hans Rasmussen



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