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The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Civil War
Want to know true history and not just what liberals want you to believe?? Crocker is the executive editor of Regnery Publishing and lives with his family in northern Virginia.
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Think you know the Civil War? You won't know the full story until you read this book, a quick and lively study of America's own Iliad, a provocative and entertaining addition to the Politically Incorrect Guide series.
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Get ready for a rousing rebel yell as bestselling author H. Crocker busts myths and shatters stereotypes as he profiles eminent and colorful military generals, including the noble Lee, the controversial Sherman, the indefatigable Grant, the legendary Stonewall Jackson, and the notorious Nathan Bedford Forrest.
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Along the way he reveals little-known truths, like why Robert E. Lee had a higher regard for African Americans than Lincoln did; how, if there had been no Civil War, the South would have abolished slavery peaceably; and how the Confederate States of America might have helped the Allies win World War I sooner.
Crocker culminates his tome in the most politically-incorrect chapter of all: "What If the South Had Won? Read more Read less.