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100 1  Stampp, Kenneth M.|q(Kenneth Milton),|ecompilor. 
245 10 Reconstruction; an anthology of revisionist writings /
       |cedited by Kenneth M. Stampp and Leon F. Litwack. 
264  1 Baton Rouge :|bLouisiana State University Press|c[1969] 
300    xii, 531 pages ;|c23 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
505 00 |gIntroduction : the tragic legend of Reconstruction /
       |rKenneth M. Stampp --|gpt. I. Lincoln, Johnson, and 
       Reconstruction.|tThe friend of freedom /|rRichard N. 
       Current --|tAndrew Johnson, outsider /|rEric L. McKitrick 
       --|tJohnson and the Negro /|rLaWanda and John H. Cox --
       |gpt. II. The radical republicans.|tNortheastern business 
       and radical Reconstruction : a re-examination /|rStanley 
       Coben --|tThe "conspiracy theory" of the fourteenth 
       amendment /|rHoward Jay Graham --|tThe ballot and land for
       the freedmen, 1861-1865 /|rJames M. McPherson --|tNegro 
       suffrage and Republican politics : the problem of 
       motivation in Reconstruction historiography /|rLaWanda and
       John H. Cox --|gpt. III. The freedmen.|t"The old 
       allegiance" /|rWillie Lee Rose --|tThe meaning of freedom 
       /|rJoel Williamson --|gpt. IV. Radical reconstruction in 
       the South.|tCarpetbaggers reconsidered /|rRichard N. 
       Current --|tThe carpetbagger as corruptionist : Henry Clay
       Warmoth /|rRichard N. Current --|tThe scalawag in 
       Mississippi Reconstruction /|rDavid Donald --|tPersistent 
       Whiggery in the Confederate South, 1860-1877 /|rThomas B. 
       Alexander --|tWho were the scalawags? /|rAllen W. Trelease
       --|tDesegregation in New Orleans public schools during 
       Reconstruction /|rLouis R. Harlan --|tThe Negro and 
       politics, 1870-1875 /|rVernon Lane Wharton --|tSocial and 
       economic forces in Alabama Reconstruction /|rHorace Mann 
       Bond --|tSouthern Reconstruction : a radical view /|rJack 
       B. Scroggs --|tBlack Reconstruction /|rW. E. B. DuBois --
       |gpt. V. The collapse of Reconstruction.|tThe revolution 
       of 1875 /|rVernon Lane Wharton --|tThe waning of 
       radicalism /|rW. R. Brock --|tThe political legacy of 
       Reconstruction /|rC. Vann Woodward. 
650  0 Reconstruction (U.S. history, 1865-1877) 
700 1  Litwack, Leon F.,|ecompilor. 
938    Baker and Taylor|bBTCP|n69017626 
938    YBP Library Services|bYANK|n689434 
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