The American Republic
Constitution, tendencies and destiny
Orestes Augustus Brownson
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This book was written at the end of the American Civil War, apparently finished sometime after the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. It offers a commentary on the American experiment, an explanation of the reasons (right or wrong) that both the North and the South had for waging this war, and hope for the future. The author expresses that hope through a belief in the certain destiny of nations, in particular that of the United States.
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- Category: Politics & Current Affairs
- Published: 01 January 1876
- Publisher: Public Domain
- Print Length: 377 Pages
- Language: English