The Age of Hate: Andrew Johnson and the Radicals

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CONTENTS
CHAPTER PAGE
I. WAR-TIME WASHINGTON1
II. PLOT AND COUNTERPLOT16
III. THE NATIONAL UNION CONVENTION37
IV. THE BOUND BOY OF RALEIGH59
V. THE TAILOR-POLITICIAN74
VI. "IN THE FURNACE OF TREASON"98
VII. ON THE TICKET WITH LINCOLN120
VIII. ANDY MAKES A BAD SLIP141
IX. PRESIDENT ANDREW JOHNSON160
X. THE TRIAL OF MRS. SURRATT190
XI. THE LULL BEFORE THE STORM213
XII. CHARLES SUMNER DECLARES WAR236
XIII. THE TRIUMPH OF CALIBAN262
XIV. VICTORY AT ANY PRICE293
XV. A MARPLOT IN THE CABINET320
XVI. THE SWING AROUND THE CIRCLE344
XVII. BAYONET RULE BY ACT OF CONGRESS370
XVIII. THE FIRST ATTEMPT AT IMPEACHMENT401
XIX. JOHNSON CROSSES THE RUBICON426
XX. GENERAL GRANT BREAKS HIS WORD457
XXI. THE IMPEACHMENT OF THE PRESIDENT486
XXII. PREPARING FOR THE TRIAL515
XXIII. IMPARTIAL COURT OR POLITICAL INQUEST?541
XXIV. SOUND AND FURY566
XXV. ACQUITTED BY A SINGLE VOTE583
XXVI. IMPEACHMENT'S AFTERMATH613
XXVII. LAST MONTHS IN THE WHITE HOUSE633
XXVIII. THE TENNESSEE EPILOGUE654

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