Lost Cause - Recon (3) - Victims Of War (CDr)

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Label: Not On Label (!!! Self-released) - 0001 • Format: CDr • Country: Belgium • Genre: Electronic • Style: Power Electronics


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  1. The Lost Cause 1. The Lost Cause is the name commonly given to a literary and intellectual movement that sought to reconcile the traditional Southern white society to the defeat of the Confederate States of America in the Civil War. White Southerners sought consolation in attributing their loss to factors beyond their control and to betrayals of their heroes and cause.
  2. Human Confederate Flag Postcard. The Lost Cause. Contributed by Caroline E. Janney. The Lost Cause is an interpretation of the American Civil War (–) that seeks to present the war, from the perspective of Confederates, in the best possible terms. Developed by white Southerners, many of them former Confederate generals, in a postwar climate of economic, racial, and social uncertainty.
  3. The Lost Cause is the name commonly given to a literary and intellectual movement that sought to reconcile the traditional white society of the Southern United States to the defeat of the Confederate States of America in the Civil War of – Those who contributed to the movement tended to portray the Confederacy's cause as noble and most of the Confederacy's leaders as exemplars of.
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  5. The Lost Cause: The American Civil War: - (States of Siege #4) from the publishers website: After the election of Abraham Lincoln in , State after State in America’s “Deep South” seceded from the Union that the North felt must be preserved. In the ensuing war, brother fought brother as the Confederacy resisted with all its might for over four years in The Lost Cause.
  6. Aug 16,  · Lost Cause The term "Lost Cause" emerged at the end of the Civil War when Edward Pollard, editor of the Richmond Examiner, popularized it with his book The Lost Cause, which chronicled the Confederacy's drifnemosstrupdiwas.cosgowebmoheatrighlassmaracrawahe.co term swiftly came into common use as a reference not only to military defeat, but defeat of the "southern way of life"—a phrase that generally referred to the South of the.
  7. Mar 12,  · To the Lost Cause, rewriting the narrative of the war was as important as erecting monuments, and it largely worked. Still to this day, many I know in Louisiana believe the Civil War .
  8. The Southern-created Myth of the Lost Cause has shadowed the historical remembrance of the Civil War, the country's watershed event. Historian Ed Bonekemper critically examines the accuracy of that myth and how it has affected perceptions of slavery, states' rights, and the nature of the conflict itself.

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