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The utter helplessness of a conquered people is perhaps the most tragic feature of a civil war or any other sort of war.
When white men were willing to put their own offspring in the kitchen and corn field and allowed them to be sold into bondage as s ...
The most serious thing about war is the slaughter of boys. It is the boys of the country who must face the enemy. They lose educat ...
It was a time of madness, the sort of mad-hysteria that always presages war. There seems to be nothing left but war--when any popu ...
It was a marvel, an enigma in abolition latitudes, that the slaves did not rise en-masse, at the beginning of hostilities.
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