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"Greenberg shows how planters and statesmen grappled with contradictory ideas and uses of power . . . His fresh insights on statesmanship, dueling, political parties and representation, the proslavery movement, and the origins and dynamics of Southern nationalism and secession give new vigor to these topics."—Library Journal
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