The Fate of Liberty Topics for Discussion

Mark E. Neely, Jr.
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What makes Abraham Lincoln dictatorial without being a dictator?

How does Woodrow Wilson in World War I vindicate Lincoln in the Civil War?

How does guerrilla warfare challenge Union forces enough to come close to abandoning the norms of "civilized warfare"?

Should the Union have dealt more directly with the phenomenon of blockade-running" professional sailors?

How does the Declaration of Independence have priority over the Constitution in Lincoln's view?

How do General Andrew Jackson's actions in New Orleans affect the course of debate over civil liberties in the Civil War?

How does the Emancipation Proclamation cause Lincoln to reconsider his views on the Constitution?

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