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An Outstretched Arm: A History of the Jewish Colonization by Theodore Norman

By Theodore Norman

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Foster, Ghosts of the Confederacy: Defeat, the Lost Cause, and the Emergence of the New South (New York: Oxford University Press, 1987). 38 Gary W. Gallagher, “Jubal A. Early, the Lost Cause, and Civil War History: A Persistent Legacy,” in The Myth of the Lost Cause and Civil War History, pp. 35-59. 39 General Dabney H. Maury, Southern Historical Society Papers, vol. 5-6, 1878. 40 As quoted inYoung, vol. 1, p. 360. S. Grant: A History of the Union Cause 41 43 For an effective rebuttal to the common assumptions about Lee see Gary W.

123-150. , 1897), p. 7. As quoted in John Keegan, “Grant and Unheroic Leadership,” in The Mask of Command, p. 200. See also James M. 159-173 for a superb discussion of Grant’s writing style from his battlefield reports to his memoirs. 22 PUSG, vol 9, pp. , vol 12, p. , 10 p. 422. 23 Ulysses S. Grant, General Orders No. 108, PUSG: vol. 15, pp. 120-121. 24 Porter, Campaigning with Grant, p. 514. 25 Ulysses S. S. Grant, of the United States Armies—1864-’65,” PMUSG, pp. , pp. 781-782; Brooks D. Simpson, “Continuous Hammering and Mere Attrition: Lost Cause Critics and the Military Reputation of Ulysses S.

1897), p. 7. As quoted in John Keegan, “Grant and Unheroic Leadership,” in The Mask of Command, p. 200. See also James M. 159-173 for a superb discussion of Grant’s writing style from his battlefield reports to his memoirs. 22 PUSG, vol 9, pp. , vol 12, p. , 10 p. 422. 23 Ulysses S. Grant, General Orders No. 108, PUSG: vol. 15, pp. 120-121. 24 Porter, Campaigning with Grant, p. 514. 25 Ulysses S. S. Grant, of the United States Armies—1864-’65,” PMUSG, pp. , pp. 781-782; Brooks D. Simpson, “Continuous Hammering and Mere Attrition: Lost Cause Critics and the Military Reputation of Ulysses S.

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