The Civil War and the limits of destruction /
The Civil War is often portrayed as the most brutal war in America's history, a premonition of 20th century slaughter and carnage. In challenging this view, the author considers the war's destructiveness in a comparative context, revealing the sense of limits that guided the conduct of American sold...
|Main Author:||Neely, Mark E.|
Cambridge, Mass. :
Harvard University Press,
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