Book Pak Recorded Books 1994
CS ISBN 078870043X $62.00 Eight cassettes
What if Southern leaders had listened to Stonewall Jackson's military strategies early in the war? What if Jackson had not died at Chancellorsville? Alexander participates in the "what if" game of Civil War historians by asserting that Jackson, not Robert E. Lee, was the military genius who could have won the war for the South. Civil War devotees will want to hear Alexander's well-documented arguments and Runger's excellent and nicely paced narration. Average listeners may yearn for maps and a list of participants to more easily follow the detailed accounts of strategies and battles in the Maryland and Virginia theaters of war. T.R. ©AudioFile, Portland, Maine [Published: JULY 95]
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