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This book explores the interrelated themes of modernization and slavery, issues that created reform movements in the North, defensive sectionalism in the South, social disruption, and a general failure of political leadership. During this period the Union underwent the increasing strains of uneven social and economic development. Modernization and slavery provide the backdrop for the action and reaction of northern and southern players who sought but ultimately failed to allow an accommodation that would let competing social and economic institutions coexist.

The coming of the Civil War, 1837-1861 - John Niven

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Title
The coming of the Civil War, 1837-1861
Author
John Niven
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Wiley Blackwell
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20130108

This book explores the interrelated themes of modernization and slavery, issues that created reform movements in the North, defensive sectionalism in the South, social disruption, and a general failure of political leadership. During this period the Union underwent the increasing strains of uneven social and economic development. Modernization and slavery provide the backdrop for the action and reaction of northern and southern players who sought but ultimately failed to allow an accommodation that would let competing social and economic institutions coexist.

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John Niven is the author of The Coming of the Civil War: 1837 - 1861, published by Wiley.

Type
BOOK
Keyword Index
United States - History - 1815-1861.|United States - History - Civil War, 1861-1865 - Causes.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
181

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