Mr. Lincoln's War An Irrepressible Conflict?
The Civil War was the greatest tragedy ever to befall the nation. Brother slew brother. Six hundred thousand of America's best and bravest died of shot, shell, and disease. The South was bled to death, invaded, ravaged by Union armies, occupied for a dozen years.
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