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One of the best books concerning the confederate effort during the Civil war by one of the most important historians of the last 35 years.Published 17 days ago by David Marshall
disappointed by the author,s slant, didn,t buy in to his thesis or aurgumentsPublished 2 months ago by bill
Reviews keep mentioning revisionist. It is not revisionist since the neo-confederate point held sway since the end of the Civil War (aka the war of traitors and slavers). Read morePublished 7 months ago by don't look back
This is a perspicacious summary of how the South lost, why it fought on for so long, and why the war did not turn into an even longer guerrilla war.Published 10 months ago by Reader
Repetitive. Took him forever to get to the point. His "brief historiographies" for each chapter were rather long. Excessive quoting. Read morePublished 16 months ago by PSReviews
'The Confederate War: How Popular Will, Nationalism, and Military Strategy Could Not Stave Off Defeat' is an analysis of the Civil War contending that the best efforts of the South... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Scrapple8
If you want to understand the Confederacy and what the people of the South were fighting for, you have to read this book. Read morePublished on August 10, 2013 by Ipy