Turning Points of the Civil War
U of Nebraska Press, 1989 M01 1 - 230 pages
"[Rawley's] notion that other things than battles may constitute turning points is eminently sensible. So also is his contention that the outcome of a war is not ordained or determined by impersonal forces".-Journal of Southern History
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