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Union and Emancipation: Essays on Politics and Race in the Civil War Era 0th Edition

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Essays on politics and race in the Civil War era present the college-level analyses of seven historians as they provide new insights on how race and politics operated during war times. Contributors consider the importance of race in defining what it meant to be an American, and include many important, scholarly observations of emancipation's underlying meaning. -- Midwest Book Review


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