january 1901

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  • The Reconstruction of the Southern States

    “The civil war had given leave to one set of revolutionary forces; Reconstruction gave leave to another still more formidable. The effects of the first were temporary ... the effects of the second were permanent, and struck to the very centre of our forms of government.”

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