For Cause and Comrades: Why Men Fought in the Civil War Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:


When talking about the frustrations of Union soldiers in the last two years of the war, what amount do readers learn drafted men could pay to acquire a substitute? (from Chapter 10, We Know That We are Supported at Home)


During the discussion of primary group cohesion, a soldier in the 122nd New York wrote to his sister in response to how he kept going through all BUT WHICH of these battles? (from Chapter 6, A Band of Brothers)


Between May 5 and June 22, 1864, the Army of the Potomac and the Army of Northern Virginia experienced casualties amounting to what percent of their original strength? (from Chapter 12, The Same Holy Cause)


When talking about the relationships between enlisted men and their officers, McPherson notes a major from which state who visited his sick and wounded soldiers every day? (from Chapter 4, If I Flinched, I Was Ruined)


While talking about religious fatalism, McPherson says that more soldiers were practical Arminians than strict __________________. (from Chapter 5, Religion is What Makes Brave Soldiers)

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