Conceiving a New Republic: The Republican Party and the Southern Question, 1869-1900

@inproceedings{Calhoun2006ConceivingAN,
  title={Conceiving a New Republic: The Republican Party and the Southern Question, 1869-1900},
  author={Charles W. Calhoun},
  year={2006}
}
  • C. Calhoun
  • Published 7 September 2006
  • Political Science
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