By Edward O. Frantz
A significant other to Reconstruction Presidents presents a chain of unique essays that discover quite a few very important concerns, issues, and debates linked to the presidencies of Andrew Johnson, Ulysses S. supply, and Rutherford B. Hayes.
- Represents the 1st entire examine the presidencies of Johnson, supply, and Hayes in a single volume
- Features contributions from most sensible historians and presidential scholars
- Approaches the research of those presidents from a historiographical perspective
- Key subject matters comprise each one president’s political profession; international coverage; household coverage; army heritage; and social context in their phrases in office
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Although racism was never a conscious motive for Johnson’s decisions, it was always a factor in them (Bowen, 1989: 166). John Cimprich assessed Johnson’s dealings with blacks while he was military governor in “Military Governor Johnson and Tennessee Blacks, 1862–65” (1980). He pointed out that Johnson was pro-slavery before the war, became an emancipationist during the war, and opposed civil rights for blacks while president. These were logical shifts, according to Cimprich, and Johnson, once having made a decision, defended it vigorously and rigidly, whether it was about racial matters or something else.
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A Companion to the Reconstruction Presidents 1865-1881 by Edward O. Frantz