The Myth of Virtue: Histories' Lies of the Civil War by Robert M SalyerThe Myth of Virtue: Histories' Lies of the Civil War by Robert M Salyer

The Myth of Virtue: Histories' Lies of the Civil War

byRobert M Salyer

Paperback | February 13, 2017

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The author represents a very well researched and common sense approach to the causes and effects of the American Civil War. Mr. Salyer has created a very informative and enjoyable read that should be on the bookshelf of every student and history buff.Theories, causes and reasons abound for the definitive cause of the Civil War. However, author and Civil War enthusiast and reenactor, Robert Salyer provides a provocative and often unexplored insight behind the war that tore apart a burgeoning, new country. Readers will appreciate Salyer's research and knowledge of the events that led to the near destruction of a nation.
Title:The Myth of Virtue: Histories' Lies of the Civil WarFormat:PaperbackDimensions:270 pages, 10 × 7 × 0.57 inPublished:February 13, 2017Publisher:Mountain Girl PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1945619163

ISBN - 13:9781945619168

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 A Southerner Born and RaisedChapter 2 The Myth of Objectivity-Cultural Historical BiasChapter 3 The Myth of the Great Alibi-Southern SlaveryChapter 4 The Myth of Virtue-Northern RacismChapter 5 The Myth of the Crusader-Follow the MoneyChapter 6 The Myth of the Good Samaritan-The AbolitionistChapter 7 The Myth of the Marble Man-Robert E. LeeChapter 8 The Myth of Treason-Who's the Guilty OneChapter 9 The Myth of the 13th Amendment-The Corwin AmendmentChapter 10 The Myth of Conclusion-My Final Synopsis

Editorial Reviews

"Robert Salyer is a man with a vision and a desire to keep history alive. I have nevermet anyone more enthusiastic about preserving history, and specifically Civil Warhistory, than Robert. I have no doubt that his book will be a success, as his passionfor history and historical accuracy knows few bounds."- Bud Phillips, noted Bristol, Virginia historian and author of more than ten books including: Between the States: Bristol, Tennessee/Virginia During the Civil War