Revenge in Kansas, 1863

The records of civil wars are sometimes little more than a victor's exclusive version of the truth. Once defeated, the vanquished invariably become vulnerable to the comprehensive distortions of historians of the winning side. With the passage of time, however, these one-sided histories are subjected to more detailed scrutiny by later generations of sceptical historians.

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