University Press of Kentucky (1999), Edition: 1st, 368 pages
The first comprehensive examination of wartime Reconstruction, this book offers a bold new interpretation of Lincoln's efforts to restore the seceded Union while the Civil War raged.
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Harris explores Lincoln's plans for wartime Reconstruction. Each state in Rebellion that received a military governor is placed into a national policy context by Harris. Excellent.
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