No party now : politics in the Civil War North /
In No Party Now, Adam I.P. Smith challenges the prevailing view that political processes in the North somehow helped the Union be more stable and effective in the war. Instead, Smith argues, early efforts to suspend party politics collapsed in the face of divisions over slavery and the purpose of th...
|Published:||Oxford ; New York : Oxford, 2006.|
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