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David Goldfield

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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.

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