David Goldfield

University of North Carolina, Charlotte

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Professor of History at the University of North Carolina Charlotte and author of America Aflame: How the Civil War Created a Nation and Still Fighting the Civil War

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The Fourth of July celebrates American independence, but it's also 150 years to the day since Abraham Lincoln asked for troops to restore the Union.

The Fourth of July and the Civil War

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