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Civil War panelists join 'A House Divided'

By Nancy Kerr

The sesquicentennial of the Civil War is a grand opportunity for me to expand “A House Divided” by adding a new feature. Beginning Nov.1, we will have a Q&A column with responses from some of the best known and most thoughtful experts on the war. For this panel, we solicited about 25 historians, professors, archivists, authors and assorted others with extensive knowledge of the war to answer questions posed by The
Washington Post and our readers.

Today we start with the age-old question: If Lincoln hadn’t won the
election, would there have been a war?

--LInda Wheeler

By Nancy Kerr  | October 31, 2010; 10:28 PM ET
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