The Civil War was fought not only on land and at sea, but also in the courts of law of the nation. From all walks of life, men and women, blacks and whites, private citizens and corporate entities aired their grievances against one another in court, ...
adding to the tension that already gripped the nation. This book examines a number of these judicial altercations heard by the Supreme Court of the United States from 1861 to 1865, reflecting the concerns of the average citizen and the enlisted man alike.
Number of pages: 352
Date of publication: 2003-07-xx
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