In 1865, the Confederacy was comprehensively defeated, yet in the years that followed, Lincoln’s vision of a genuinely united country never took root. In his work, Civil War by Other Means: America’s Long and Unfinished Fight for Democracy, historian Jeremi Suri paints a vivid and unsettling portrait of a country striving to rebuild itself, but unable to compromise on or adhere to basic democratic tenets — reverberations of which are still felt today.
Please join the ALPLM’s Education and Research teams in this exciting virtual Book Club for Educators, a program that invites you to come as you are, drink what you want, and chat about great books with your peers. This virtual event is free, but registration is required. To register, please click the "Reserve Tickets" button below. All participants who read Civil War by Other Means and attend the discussion will receive 6.5 CPDUs.
For those who would like to learn more, the museum is delighted to welcome Dr. Suri for a hybrid lecture presentation on Thursday, October 12. To register to attend Dr. Suri's lecture presentation virtually or in person, please click this link.