The Civil War in the United States

Authors: Karl Marx and Frederick Engels. Edited by Richard Enmale.

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Publisher's Commentary: From their observation points in Europe, Marx and Engels correctly identified the role of the North in the War Between the States as revolutionary, and the role of the South as counter-revolutionary. They cheer Lincoln as a kindred spirit waging a revolution for a kindred religion. They offer interesting viewpoints and insights into the War, especially with regard to the politics in Great Britain at the time. Engels' military analysis is also especially interesting. Anyone wondering how once-free America has become a nearly-totalitarian police state will be able to better connect the dots after reading this book.