Originally published in 1992.
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A superb synthesis of the Anglo-American recognition issue and an example of traditional diplomatic history at its best.Edward P. Crapol, The College of William and Mary
[A] well-organized, thought-provoking book.Library Journal
A major contribution to Civil War scholarship. . . . [It] sets a new standard for all treatments of Anglo-American relations during the American Civil War.Norman B. Ferris, Middle Tennessee State University
An attractively written, cogently argued study that merits a prominent place on the bookshelves of Anglo-American and Civil War scholars.Journal of American History