Statesmen of the Old South, Or, from Radicalism to Conservative Revolt

Statesmen of the Old South, Or, from Radicalism to Conservative Revolt

Statesmen of the Old South, Or, from Radicalism to Conservative Revolt

Statesmen of the Old South, Or, from Radicalism to Conservative Revolt

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The substance of the following papers has been presented in the form of popular lectures at the University of California, the University of Indiana, the University of Chicago, Richmond and Randolph Macon Colleges and it cannot be expected that the treatment of these interesting Southern leaders of the olden time will be found entirely free from the defects of the lecture method. Still it is hoped that the point of view and the interpretation of certain facts and conditions of the Southern and national evolution may justify the publication of these studies.

The author is under obligations to Mr. C. D. Johns, of the University of Chicago, for reading the entire proof and for making the index.

WM. E. DODD

University of Chicago July 20, 1911 . . .

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