Assignment task: My question is related to The War for the Union A People's Contest in the Industrial Age
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Grimsley, Mark. "Surviving Military Revolution: The US Civil War," in The Dynamics of Military Revolution, 1300-2050. Edited by MacGregor Knox and Williamson Murray. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2001, 74-91.
Weigley, Russell. "American Strategy from its Beginning through the First World War." In Makers of Modern Strategy, Peter Paret. Princeton NJ: Princeton University Press, 1986, 408-436,
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Ethan S. Rafuse "'The Days are Gone': Helmuth von Moltke, William T. Sherman, and the Challenges of Command in Peace and War," in Mists of Chlum: The Prusso-Austria War in Modern Historiography. Unpublished version, 2018, 181-189.
What moral and ethical questions are raised by the North's decision to wage a hard war against the South and William T. Sherman's conduct of operations in Georgia and the Carolinas in 1864-65?