Reconstruction; an anthology of revisionist writings / edited by Kenneth M. Stampp and Leon F. Litwack

Author(s): Stampp, Kenneth M. (Kenneth Milton)
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Subjects: Reconstruction (U.S. history, 1865-1877)
Formats: Print
Material Type: Books
Language: English
Audience: Unspecified
Published: Baton Rouge, Louisiana State University Press [1969]
LC Classification: E
Physical Description: xii, 531 p. 23 cm
Additional Authors: Litwack, Leon F
Notes: LCCN: 69017626
ISBN: 807103128
Contents: Introduction: the tragic legend of Reconstruction, by K. M. Stampp.--The friend of freedom, by R. N. Current.--Andrew Johnson, outsider, by E. L. McKitrick.--Johnson and the Negro, by LaWanda and J. H. Cox.--Northeastern business and radical Reconstruction, by S. Coben.--The "conspiracy theory" of the fourteenth amendment, by H. J. Graham.--The ballot and land for the freedmen, 1861-1865, by J. M. McPherson.--Negro suffrage and Republican politics, by LaWanda and J. H. Cox.--The old alliance, by W. L. Rose.--The meaning of freedom, by J. Williamson.--Carpetbaggers reconsidered, by R. N. Current.--The carpetbagger as corruptionist: Henry Clay Warmoth, by R. N. Current.--The scalawag in Mississippi Reconstruction, by D. Donald.--Persistent Whiggery in the Confederate South, 1860-1877, by T. B. Alexander.--Who were the scalawags? By A. W. Trelease.--Desegregation in New Orleans public schools during Reconstruction, by L. R. Harlan.--The Negro and politics, 1870-1875, by V. L. Wharton.--Social and economic forces in Alabama Reconstruction, by H. M. Bond.--Southern Reconstruction: a radical view, by J. B. Scroggs.--Black Reconstruction, by W. E. B. DuBois.--The revolution of 1875, by V. L. Wharton.--The waning of radicalism, by W. R. Brock.--The political legacy of Reconstruction, by C. V. Woodward
OCLC Number: 5903
ISBN/ISSN: 807103128