The Tragic Era: The Revolution After Lincoln
Houghton Mifflin, 1929 - 567
Recreates the 12 years after the Civil War when Andrew Johnson was maligned by his enemies because he was seeking honestly to carry out the conciliatory and wise policy of Lincoln. Brutal men, inspired by personal ambition or party motives, assumed the pose of philanthropists and patriots, and thus deceived and misguided vast numbers of well-meaning people in the North. Shows the psychological effect on Southern people of the despotic policies of which they were the victims.
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