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Civil War military history: a few revisions in need of revising / Ludwell H. Johnson -- The struggle between sectionalism and nationalism at antebellum West Point, 1830-1861 / James L. Morrison -- From Jomini to Dennis Hard Mahan: the evolution of trench warfare and the American Civil War / Edward Hagerman -- On the McClellan-go-round / Joseph L. Harsh -- The Confederacy's first shot / Grady McWhiney -- The mythology of Civil War intelligence / Edwin C. Fishel -- Cold steel: the saber and the Union cavalry / Stephen Z. Starr -- The Union cavalry comes of age / Roy P. Stonesifer, Jr. -- "Give 'em the bayonet" -a note on Civil War mythology / John Buechler -- Minutemen of '61: the pre-Civil War Massachusetts Militia / Robert F. McGraw -- Massachusetts and the recruitment of Southern Negroes, 1863-1865 / Richard H. Abbott -- Quantrill's Bushwhackers: a case study in partisan warfare / Albert Castel -- Marylanders and the invasion of 1862 / Richard R. Duncan -- Robert E. Lee and the Western Confederacy: a criticism of Lee's strategic ability / Thomas L. Connelly -- The historian and the general: Thomas L. Connelly versus Robert E. Lee / Albert Castel -- The pay of Confederate troops and the problems of demoralization: a case of administrative failure / Harry N. Scheiber -- The Military Examination Board in the Civil War: a case study / Stanley L. Swart -- Who whipped whom?: Confederate defeat reexamined / Grady McWhiney.
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