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Copperheads

The Rise and Fall of Lincoln"s Opponents in the North

by Jennifer L. Weber

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsJames M. McPherson (Foreword)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages304
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7392719M
ISBN 100195306686
ISBN 109780195306682


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The Copperheads gained control of the platform and wrote an extremely one sided view and this doomed their party's chance. That said, the vote was 55% for Lincoln and 45% for McClellan.

Not a landslide. The battle wins of helped sway the independent voters. Interesting book that covers a subject that most books just glean by: Copperhead is okay. Decent story with some interesting characters and great battle scenes, as is Cornwell's trademark. The reason I only gave it an okay was that I don't quite believe in the main character, Starbuck.

After this book, I didn't read the third instalment but went straight to Starbuck number 4 - which is a great book!/5(). It is thus refreshing to find Jennifer Weber's Copperheads: The Rise and Fall of Lincoln's Opponents in the North, a book dealing with the titular ideologues who attempted to obstruct It is of no surprise, then, that books and other media on the subject are published with great regularity/5.

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Nearly all Copperheads were Democrats, but most Northern Democrats were not head strength was mainly in the Midwest (Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois), where many families had Southern roots and where agrarian interests fostered resentment of the growing dominance of industrialists in the Republican Party and federal government.

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At the heart of all this turmoil stood the anti-war Democrats, nicknamedJennifer L. Weber offers the first full-length portrait of this powerful faction to appear in almost.

Copperheads had an enormous effect on the Democratic Party, nearly taking control of it in While some Copperheads were unquestionably dabbling in plots to overthrow the government, most were probably being truthful when they said they were loyal Unionists.

The majority wanted to effect change at the ballot box, not at gunpoint. The Northern home-front during the Civil War was far from tranquil. Fierce political debates set communities on edge, spurred secret plots against the Union, and triggered widespread violence.

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Vanish these great, gray walls, to see when this mirage was another, of a white. Copperheads were able to control the party's national platform, including a plank written by Vallandigham pronouncing the war a failure and demanding peace on the basis of a restored federal union.

Democratic presidential candidate George McClellan, however, rejected this plank. Crucial Union battle victories and Lincoln's reelection helped.

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