In this valuable reference work, Jon Wakelyn has collected twenty representative examples of this long-overlooked literature. Although the pamphlets reflect deep differences of opinion over what Lincoln's intentions were and how the South should respond, all indicate the centrality of slavery to the Southern way of life and reflect a pervasive fear of racial unrest. More generally, the pamphlets reveal a wealth of information about the South's political thought and self-identity at a defining moment in American history. The twenty items included here represent the views of leaders and opinion makers throughout the slaveholding states and are fully annotated.
An additional sixty-five pamphlets are listed and briefly described in an appendix. Originally published in An additional sixty-five pamphlets are listed and briefly described in an appendix. Originally published in These editions are published unaltered from the original, and are presented in affordable paperback formats, bringing readers both historical and cultural value. Curry james Henley Thornwell Kentucky labor land legislation Legislature liberty Lincoln Lower South majority ment Mississippi negro never non-slaveholding North Northern opinion pamphlet patriotism Peace Conference political population present President principle proposition protection purpose question race Republican party resistance result revolution secede secession Senator separate slaveholding social South Carolina speech Tennessee territory tion trade U.
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