Economic Aspects of Southern Sectionalism, 1840-1861. Thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in history in the Graduate School of the University of Illinois, 1922.

(Champagne, IL: U. of Illinois), 1922. First separate edition, "reprinted from the U. of Illinois Studies in the Social Sciences, Vol. XI, no. 1". 8vo. 325 pp. "The object of this monograph is to evaluate some of the causes of the secession of our Southern states which seem generally to have been underestimated ... a better contemporary understanding of the economic relations of the sections before 1861 might have moderated the bitterness of the sectional controversy; a better understanding of them even now would soften its memories." Good copy. Original printed blue wrappers (front wrapper nearly detached). (9188). Item #62446

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