Civil War historian James McPherson talks about his 1988 Pulitzer Prize-winning book "Battle Cry of Freedom," now re-issued with hundreds of photographs, maps and other images that bring the era to life.

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  • James McPherson Author of "The Illustrated Battle Cry of Freedom" (Oxford) and many other books on the Civil War. He is also a professor of history at Princeton, and president of the American Historical Association.

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