The boundaries of American political culture in the Civil War era
Did preoccupations with family and work crowd out interest in politics in the nineteenth century, as some have argued? Arguing that social historians have gone too far in concluding that Americans were not deeply engaged in public life, and that political historians have gone too far in asserting th...
|Published:||Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, ©2005.|
|Series:||Steven and Janice Brose lectures in the Civil War era.
|Online Access:||E book Academic (EBSCO) Available to Current GSU Faculty, Staff and Students|
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