By Michael D. Robinson
Robinson unearths anew how the alternative for union was once fraught with ache and uncertainty, dividing households and generating years of sour internecine violence. Letters, diaries, newspapers, and quantitative proof light up how, within the absence of a compromise cost, proslavery Unionists controlled to defeat secession within the Border South.
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A Union Indivisible: Secession and the Politics of Slavery in the Border South (Civil War America) by Michael D. Robinson