A pivotal in the study of history and politics, not only in Alabama but in the other states of the South. Barnard's account is elegantly concise, the labor of conspicuous scholarship. In an effort to analyze Alabama's political bedrock, the author has tapped virtually every source. What results is a cogent and harmonious theme.
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