This 1882 volume in the American Statesmen series was the first scholarly biography of Calhoun, the cast-iron man of South Carolina, whose fiery oratory hastened the South toward secession. Holst's presentation of Calhoun is colored by his own profound antipathy for slaveryan institution Calhoun famously championed as a positive good.
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BARNES & NOBLE
March 28, 2011
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