The Lost Cause

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Georgius Vashingtonius Custis Lee (1832–1913) equo vehitur prae Monumento Jeffersonii Davis Ricmondiae Virginiae die 3 Iunii 1907 et pompam Confoederatam observat.

The Lost Cause (fortasse 'Causa Amissa', 'Causa Deperdita') est regionalis motus culturalis Americanus in Meridie albo conditus, qui albam regionis societatem usitatam ante bellum, quam admirantur, Civitatibus Confoederatis in Bello Civili Americano annorum ab 1861 ad 1865 victis reconciliare conatur.[1] Sententiam minoris partis magni momenti inter vias belli commemorandi repraesentat. Coniunctae Confoederatiae Filiae est maior organizatio quae Causam Amissam plus quam centum annos proponit.

Fautores plerumque depingunt causam Confoederatiae nobilem plurimosque eius principum exemplarium magnanimitatis priscae ab exercitibus Unionis victos per vires numerales et industriales quae digniorem Meridiani sollertiam militarem et virtutem obruit. Fautores motus Causae Amissae praeterea Reconstructionem Bellum Civile sequentem damnant, dicentes eam fuisse conatum deliberatum virorum civilium rerum peritorum et dardanariorum ad usitatum Meridiani modum vivendi destruendum. Decenniis recentioribus, rationes Causae Amissae a motu Neoconfoederato late in libris et op-eds divulgantur, ac praecipue in Southern Partisan, una ex magazinis a motu edita.

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  1. Gallagher 2000:1. Gallagher scripsit: "The architects of the Lost Cause acted from various motives. They collectively sought to justify their own actions and allow themselves and other former Confederates to find something positive in all-encompassing failure. They also wanted to provide their children and future generations of white Southerners with a 'correct' narrative of the war."

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Prius vexillum Georgianum (1956–2001).
  • Bailey, Fred Arthur. 1991. The Textbooks of the "Lost Cause": Censorship and the Creation of Southern State Histories." Georgia Historical Quarterly 507-533. Textus in JSTOR.
  • Bailey, Fred Arthur. 1995. Free Speech and the Lost Cause in the Old Dominion. Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 237-266. Textus in JSTOR.
  • Barnhart, Terry A. Albert Taylor Bledsoe: Defender of the Old South and Architect of the Lost Cause (Louisiana State University Press; 2011
  • Blight, David W. 2001. 'Race and Reunion: The Civil War in American Memory. Cantabrigiae Massachusettae: Belknap Press, Harvard University. ISBN 0674003322.
  • Coski, John M. 2005. The Confederate Battle Flag. ISBN 0674017226.
  • Davis, William C. 1996. The Cause Lost: Myths and Realities of the Confederacy. Laurentiae Kansiae: University Press of Kansas. ISBN 0700608095.
  • Davis, William C. 2002.Look Away: A History of the Confederate States of America. ISBN 0684865858.
  • Foster, Gaines M. 1988. Ghosts of the Confederacy: Defeat, the Lost Cause and the Emergence of the New South, 1865–1913. Oxford University Press. ISBN 0195054202.
  • Freeman, Douglas Southall. 1939. The South to Posterity: An Introduction to the Writing of Confederate History.
  • Gallagher, Gary W., et Alan T. Nolan, eds. 2000. The Myth of the Lost Cause and Civil War History. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. ISBN 0253338220.
  • Gallagher, Gary. 1995. Jubal A. Early, the Lost Cause, and Civil War History: A Persistent Legacy. Frank L. Klement Lectures, 4. Marquette University Press. ISBN 0874623286.
  • Goldfield, David. 2002. Still Fighting the Civil War. ISBN 0807127582.
  • Janney, Caroline E. 2008. Burying the Dead but Not the Past: Ladies' Memorial Associations and the Lost Cause. University of North Carolina Press. ISBN 9780807831762.
  • Kennedy, James Ronald, et Walter Donald Kennedy. 1994. The South Was Right! ISBN 1565540247.
  • Reardon, Carol. 1997. Pickett's Charge in History and Memory. University of North Carolina Press. ISBN 0807823791.
  • Stampp, Kenneth. 1991. The Causes of the Civil War. Ed 3a.
  • Ulbrich, David. 2000. Lost Cause. Encyclopedia of the American Civil War: A Political, Social, and Military History, ed David S. Heidler et Jeanne T. Heidler. Novi Eboraci: W. W. Norton & Company. ISBN 039304758X.
  • Wilson, Charles Reagan. 1980. Baptized in Blood: The Religion of the Lost Cause, 1865–1920. University of Georgia Press. ISBN 0820306819.
  • Wilson, Charles Reagan. 2007. The Lost Cause Myth in the New South Era. In Myth America: A Historical Anthology, Volume II, ed. Patrick Gerster et Nicholas Cords. St. James Novi Eboraci: Brandywine Press. ISBN 1881089975.

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