5 edition of Lincolns Wrath found in the catalog.
November 1, 2006
by Sourcebooks, Inc.
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||368|
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Lincoln's Wrath by Jeffrey Manber and Neil Dahlstrom paints our 16th President as being somewhat less saintly than he has been generally depicted after his martyrdom. The book focuses on one particular Copperhead Pennsylvania newspaper publisher whose business property was confiscated by the Federal by: 2.
Lincoln's Wrath is the incredible true story of the Civil War's hidden chapter, when the violent mobs and angry army units destroyed the free press, and one man risked everything to discover how far in Washington the conspiracy went.
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Thank you for your : Jeffrey Manber. This book is about President Abraham Lincoln's other war; the war against those in the North who spoke out against his policy towards the South.
To suppress the loyal opposition, Lincoln's administration suspended writ of Habeus Corpus, imprisoned citizens without trial or formal charges, closed down publishing houses and ceased/rigged elections when there was /5.
Lincoln's Wrath by Jeffrey Manber and Neil Dahlstrom paints our 16th President as being somewhat less saintly than he has been generally depicted after his martyrdom. The book focuses on one particular Copperhead Pennsylvania newspaper /5(15). Lincoln's Wrath tells the untold tale Lincolns Wrath book what happened during the “Summer of Rage” inwhen thuggish mobs entered newspaper offices, burning papers and tossing printing presses Lincolns Wrath book of windows.
Army units attacked fellow townsmen, threatening. Based on 10 years of original research, Lincoln's Wrath brings to life one of the most gripping, dramatic and unknown stories of U.S. history. About the Author Neil Dahlstrom. Based on 10 years of original research, Lincoln's Wrath brings to life one of the most gripping, dramatic and unknown stories of U.S.
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Written with Niel Dahlstrom, Lincoln’s Wrath is a classic Washington whodunit, a story of mystery, of greed, of power gone amuck. That it took place during the Civil War and involves a president of the United States named Abraham Lincoln, only adds to the intrigue. Lincolns Wrath - Fierce Mobs, Brillian Scoundrels and a Presidents Mission to Destroy the Press - by Jeffrey Manber and Neil Dahlstrom "Lincoln's Wrath makes usually subtle, and sometimes not so subtle connections to current politicsLincoln's Wrath is a good step in the direction of de mythologizing American history and thus of setting us on a.
The subtitle of Manber and Dahlstrom’s exposé is overheated, but, as they hold, the media-savvy Lincoln had no fondness for the opposition Democratic newspapers that every Northern city harbored. In early AugustLincoln signed a bill that authorized the confiscation of property used for “insurrectionary purposes,” though he.
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"Lincoln's Wrath is a good step in the direction of de-mythologizing American history and thus of setting us on a sound basis for the future. Here is true patriotism, as it would seem to me. I hope we'll hear more.". Lincoln's Wrath is a tale of greed and revenge during the Civil War, mixing familiar names from history with the editors and politicians that get overlooked by Lincoln biographies/5(14).
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Lincoln's wrath: fierce mobs, brilliant scoundrels and a president's mission to destroy the press. [Jeffrey Manber; Neil Dahlstrom] -- During the Civil War, the government pressured and physically shut down any Northern newspaper that .The Baltimore Plot was an alleged conspiracy in late February to assassinate President-elect Abraham Lincoln en route to his inauguration.
Allan Pinkerton, founder of the Pinkerton National Detective Agency, played a key role by managing Lincoln's security throughout the scholars debate whether or not the threat was real, clearly Lincoln and his .