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.FREE PDF ⚖ A Perfect War of Politics: Parties, Politicians, and Democracy in Louisiana, 1824-1861 ☨ Though Antebellum Louisiana Shared The Rest Of The South S Commitment To Slavery And Cotton, The Presence Of A Substantial Sugarcane Industry, Large Creole And Catholic Populations, Numerous Foreign And Northern Immigrants, And The Immense City Of New Orleans Made It Perhaps The Most Unsouthern Of Southern States John M Sacher S A Perfect War Of Politics Explores Why Louisiana Joined Its Neighbors In Seceding From The Union In Early And Offers The First Comprehensive Study Of The State S Antebellum Political Parties And Their Interaction With The Electorate Sacher Shows That, Although Civic Participation Expanded Beyond The Elite From To , Louisiana Remained A White Men S Democracy Ultimately, He Explains, An Obsession With Defending White Men S Liberty Led Louisiana S Politicians To Support Secession Sacher S Welcome Study Provides A Fresh, Grass Roots Perspective On The Political Causes Of The Civil War And Confirms The Dominant Role Regional Politics Played In Antebellum Louisiana