A textbook tells the facts. A movie showcases the action. This play embodies the true human struggle of the Civil War. It’s like a reenactment, but instead of reliving glorified battlefield maneuvers, it focuses on the men making the historical decisions. This insider’s perspective shows the conflict, the doubt, and the hope of a nation divided over independence.
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