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Thinking Confederates: Academia and the Idea of Progress in the New SouthIn the wake of the Civil War higher education in the South was at an impasse and many historians have tended to view Southern colleges *and universities of the era as an educational backwater that resisted reform As Thinking Confederates demonstrates however defeat in *universities of the era as an educational backwater that resisted reform As Thinking Confederates demonstrates however defeat in taught many Southern intellectuals that their

institutions had failed 
had failed supply antebellum graduates with the skills needed to compete with the North Thus in the years following the war educators who had Brainwashing of the German Nation previously served as Confederate officers led an effort toromote academic reform throughout the region. Dan Frost shows how inspired by the idea of rogress these men set about transforming Southern higher education Recognizing the North's superiority in industry and technology they turned their own schools from a classical orientation to a *New Emphasis On Science And Engineering These Educators Came To *emphasis on science and engineering These educators came to the Southern idea of rogress and assed it on to their students thus helping to create and erpetuate an expectation for the arrival of the New SouthAlthough they espoused a reverence for the ast these Civil War veterans were not blindly wedded to old ideals but rather.
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Fashioned a modern academic vision on rivate correspondence that telling insight into the minds of on rivate correspondence that offers telling insight into the minds of men Frost shows that they recognized that the eradication of slavery had been necessary for Southern rogress He also explains how they upheld an idea of a New South *That Embraced Beliefs Both In The Lost *embraced beliefs both in the Lost and in national reconciliationChallenging the view that the Confederacy's military leaders were too conservative to entertain any notion of rogress this book offers a fresh andprovocative analysis of Hollendartida i Norge: 1550–1750 postbellum Southern thought and higher educatio.