Table of contents for History teaches us to hope : reflections on the Civil War and southern history / Charles P. Roland ; edited and with an introduction by John David Smith.

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Foreword 000
Brandon H. Beck
Introduction: Charles P. Roland, Historian of the Civil War and the American South 1
John David Smith
<b>Part One: The Man, The Soldier, The Historian</b>
In the Beginning 000
A Citizen Soldier Recalls World War II 000
In Retrospect 000
<b>Part Two: Secession and the Civil War</b>
Why the War Came 000
Louisiana and Secession 000
The Resort to Arms 000
A Slaveowner¿s Defense of Slavery 000
Louisiana Sugar Planters and the Civil War 000
<b>Part Three: Civil War Leadership</b>
Albert Sidney Johnston and the Defense of the Confederate West 000
The Generalship of Robert E. Lee 000
Robert E. Lee and the Leadership of Character 000
Alan Nolan Considered: or Lee in Caricature 000
Lee and Jackson: An Indomitable Team 000
<b>Part Four: The South in Fact and in Myth</b>
The South, America¿s Will-o¿-the-Wisp Eden 000
The South of the Agrarians 000
Happy Chandler 000
Change and Tradition in Southern Society 000
The Ever-Vanishing South 000
Copyrights and Permissions 000
Index 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Historiography.
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Causes.
Secession -- Southern States.
Generals -- Confederate States of America -- Biography.
Command of troops -- Case studies.
Southern States -- History.
Southern States -- Civilization.
Roland, Charles Pierce, 1918-.
Historians -- Southern States -- Biography.
Historians -- United States -- Biography.