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1 online resource (viii, 239 pages) : illustrations, portraits
Includes bibliographical references (pages 189-227) and index.
The great son of a noble sire -- What rare times we new opposition editors will have -- We are in a fit of disquiet -- Cannot we pause a moment to think of our country? -- Sacrificed on the altar of duty -- The "disturber" of the democracy -- The cause of the union was lost -- The zenith of today is the nadir of tomorrow -- Conclusion: We never doubted where John Forsyth stood.
"The most important Democratic editor of the South."--New York Times, 1877 This book is a biography of Alabama native John Forsyth Jr. and documents his career as a southern newspaper editor during the antebellum, Civil War, and Reconstruction periods. From 1837 to 1877 Forsyth wrote about many of the most important events of the 19th century. He used his various positions as an editor, Civil War field correspondent, and Reconstruction critic at the MobileRegister to advocate on behalf of both the South and the Democratic Party.
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Print version: Burnett, Lonnie A. (Lonnie Alexander), 1958- Pen makes a good sword. Tuscaloosa : University of Alabama Press, ©2006 (DLC) 2006007284 (OCoLC)64486961
9780817381745 (electronic bk.)
0817381740 (electronic bk.)