Monitoring and Financing the Civil War
This portion of the symposium’s a little over an hour and 15 minutes.
This week on The Civil War, two speakers from the U.S. Capitol Historical Society’s 2012 Civil War Symposium. First, author Fergus Bordewich talks about the Joint Committee on the Conduct of the War, the Congressional panel created to monitor Northern military affairs. Then, economics professor Jenny Bourne talks about how the war was financed.
This portion of the symposium’s a little over an hour and 15 minutes. close
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Fergus M. Bordewich Author
Jenny Bourne Professor Carleton College->Economics Department
Paul Finkelman Distinguished Professor Albany Law School->Law and Public Policy
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