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REVOLUTIONARY

“We are living in a revolutionary period,” Secretary of the Navy Gideon Wells confided to his diary in March 1867, “and the character of the government is undergoing a strain which may transform it into a different character.” Based on the evidence presented in , author Gregory P. Downs couldn’t

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