These essays pose new questions concerning the social and political origins of the Revolution in the South, the social disorder indiced by the war, and the impact of the conflict and its ideologies on blacks and women. Contributors are: Pauline Maier, Robert M. Weir, Jack P. Greene, Marvin L. Michale Kay, Lorin Lee Cary, John Shy, Clyde R. Ferguson, Mary Beth Norton, Michael Mullin, and Peter H. Wood.
Originally published in 1978.
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