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The day of the confederacy: a chronicle of the embattled South

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    Nathaniel W. 1867-1935 Stephenson(Author)

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  • By J-Lee on July 29, 2014

    I though this would include some of the reasons besides the slavery issue that brought the Civil War on, but it did not. It is a very complicated read, with lots of names and political maneuvering inside the Confederacy that I found boring. While slavery, the most despicable institution on earth, was the guiding force, there were other issues between Northern industry and Southern purchasing that should have been explored. Another thing that is missing is the military angle; there are almost no discussions concerning the actual battles

  • By kcnipper on April 14, 2014

    This is the history of the South you never heard in shcool. It is not about the battles fought by the armies but the battles on the home front fought by the every day citizen to survive and the battles in the Congress of the Confederacy. The book can be a bit tedious but it is well worth the read if you want to know, "The rest of the story."

  • By johnny longoria on June 27, 2015

    You find out that the government of the Confederacy had their own problems of running the war. There was a lot of conflicts in and out of the government. The people of the Confederacy didn't have it easy. As the war continued, people got greedy and a lot of outlaws popped up due to not another men to protect their love ones or property. Outstanding look at the running of the Confederacy. I definitely love the book.

  • By Red Hill 1 on May 18, 2014

    Stephenson touches all the essential bases needed to depict the results of the two halves of the country not taking each other seriously.

  • By Thomas Allen on December 19, 2012

    Good, interesting information. Not an easy read at all. The names start to run together since they are distinguished very well. Not a recreational reading book for sure.

  • By Tommy Hughes on March 28, 2015

    This was great readNot a lot of battlesMore inside politicsEnlightening😜😜😜😜😞

  • By imprunner on January 3, 2013

    It's an older book so kind of dated, but gives a slant on Southern politics and the Confederate congress that I had not seen before. Liked it!

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