Reconstruction; an anthology of revisionist writings, edited by Kenneth M. Stampp and Leon F. Litwack.

Introduction: the tragic legend of Reconstruction, by K.M. Stampp.--The friend of freedom, by R.N. Current.--Andrew Johnson, outsider, by E.L. McKitrick.--Johnson and the Negro, by LaWanda and J.H. Cox.--Northeastern business and radical Reconstruction, by S. Coben.--The "conspiracy theory"...

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Online Access: Full Text (via Internet Archive)
Other Authors: Stampp, Kenneth M. (Kenneth Milton) (Compiler), Litwack, Leon F. (Compiler)
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Language:English
Published: Baton Rouge, Louisiana State University Press [1969]
Series:Louisiana paperbacks, L-38.
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505 0 0 |g Introduction :  |t The tragic legend of Reconstruction /  |r Kenneth M. Stampp --  |g Part I.  |t Lincoln, Johnson, and Reconstruction --  |t The friend of freedom /  |r Richard N. Current --  |t Andrew Johnson, outsider /  |r Eric L. McKitrick --  |t Johnson and the Negro /  |r LaWanda and John H. Cox --  |g Part II.  |t The radical republicans --  |t Northeastern business and radical Reconstruction : a re-examination /  |r Stanley Coben --  |t The "conspiracy theory" of the fourteenth amendment /  |r Howard Jay Graham --  |t The ballot and land for the freedmen, 1861-1865 /  |r James M. McPherson --  |t Negro suffrage and Republican politics : the problem of motivation in Reconstruction historiography /  |r LaWanda and John H. Cox --  |g Part III.  |t The freedmen --  |t "The old allegiance" /  |r Willie Lee Rose --  |t The meaning of freedom /  |r Joel Williamson --  |g Part IV.  |t Radical reconstruction in the South --  |t Carpetbaggers reconsidered /  |r Richard N. Current --  |t The carpetbagger as corruptionist : Henry Clay Warmoth /  |r Richard N. Current --  |t The scalawag in Mississippi Reconstruction /  |r David Donald --  |t Persistent Whiggery in the Confederate South, 1860-1877 /  |r Thomas B. Alexander --  |t Who were the scalawags? /  |r Allen W. Trelease --  |t Desegregation in New Orleans public schools during Reconstruction /  |r Louis R. Harlan --  |t The Negro and politics, 1870-1875 /  |r Vernon Lane Wharton --  |t Social and economic forces in Alabama Reconstruction /  |r Horace Mann Bond --  |t Southern Reconstruction : a radical view /  |r Jack B. Scroggs --  |t Black Reconstruction /  |r W.E.B. DuBois --  |g Part V.  |t The collapse of Reconstruction --  |t The revolution of 1875 /  |r Vernon Lane Wharton --  |t The waning of radicalism /  |r W.R. Brock --  |t The political legacy of Reconstruction /  |r C. Vann Woodward. 
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