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XXI. Political Writing Since 1850

§ 17. Confederate Apologists

Meanwhile, the view of the Union which had made secession possible was given able and sympathetic defence by Alexander H. Stephens in his War Between the States (1868), by Jefferson Davis in the Rise and Fall of the Confederate States (1881), and by Bernard J. Sage’s Republic of Republics (1865).