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Federalism, War, and Reconstruction: Antecedents and Consequences of the War Between the States Symposium

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06/03/2016Journal of Libertarian Studies

The Journal of Libertarian Studies
An Interdisciplinary Review

Volume 16, Number 2, Fall 2002

Federalism, War, and Reconstruction: Antecedents and Consequences of the War Between the States Symposium

Thomas E. Woods, Jr.
Introduction

K.R. Constantine Gutzman
Paul to Jeremiah: Calhoun's Abandonment of Nationalism

H. Lee Cheek, Jr.
Calhoun, Sectional Conflict, and Modern America

Donald W. Livingston
A Moral Accounting of the Union and the Confederacy

Joseph R. Stromberg
A Plain Folk Perspective on Reconstruction, State-Building, Ideology, and Economic Spoils

Thomas J. DiLorenzo
The Consolidation of State Power via Reconstruction, 1865–1890

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