The Mysterious Prince of the Confederacy: Judah P. Benjamin and the Jewish Goal of whiteness in the South

Senator Judah P. Benjamin of Louisiana in 1856. Source: Wikipedia

Preface

Chapter 1 Introduction

Place in History

Chapter 2 Benjamin Becomes New Orleans’Foremost Jurist

Benjamin’s Early Life

Political Career

Chapter 3 Benjamin on Judaism, Slavery, and Secession

Benjamin and Judaism

Views on Slavery

Views on Secession

Chapter 4 Confederate Cabinet Secretary 1861–63

Confederate Attorney General

Confederate Secretary of War

Benjamin and the Rise of Anti-Semitism in the South

Actions as Secretary of War

Chapter 5 Confederate Secretary of State 1863–65

Confederate Secretary of State

Chapter 6 Confederate Escape and Later Life in Britain

Escaping the Confederacy

British Barrister on the Queen’s Council

Conclusion

BIBLIOGRAPHY

About the Author

Preface

Chapter 1 Introduction

Place in History

Chapter 2 Benjamin Becomes New Orleans’Foremost Jurist

Benjamin’s Early Life

Political Career

Chapter 3 Benjamin on Judaism, Slavery, and Secession

Benjamin and Judaism

Views on Slavery

Views on Secession

Chapter 4 Confederate Cabinet Secretary 1861–63

Confederate Attorney General

Confederate Secretary of War

Benjamin and the Rise of Anti-Semitism in the South

Actions as Secretary of War

Chapter 5 Confederate Secretary of State 1863–65

Confederate Secretary of State

Chapter 6 Confederate Escape and Later Life in Britain

Escaping the Confederacy

British Barrister on the Queen’s Council

Conclusion

BIBLIOGRAPHY

About the Author

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Bonnie K. Goodman BA, MLIS (McGill University) is a Professional Librarian (CBPQ) & historian. Former editor @ History News Network & reporter @ Examiner.com.

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Bonnie K. Goodman

Bonnie K. Goodman

Bonnie K. Goodman BA, MLIS (McGill University) is a Professional Librarian (CBPQ) & historian. Former editor @ History News Network & reporter @ Examiner.com.

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