As America marches toward the Civil War, Harry Wentworth, gentleman of distinction and journalist of renown, finds his calls for peaceful resolution have fallen on deaf—nay, hostile—ears, so he must finally resolve his own moral quandary. Comment on the war from his influential—and safe—position in Northern Society, or make a news story and a target of himself South of the Mason-Dixon Line, in a city haunted by a life he has long since left behind?
The day-to-day struggle against countervailing forces, his personal and professional tragedies on both sides of the conflict, and the elegant and emotive writings that define him, all serve to illuminate the trials of this newsman’s crusade, irreparably altering his mind, his body, his spirit, and his purpose as an honorable man. Blind Tribute exposes the shifting stones of the moral high ground, as Harry’s family and friendships, North and South, are shattered by his acts of conscience.
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“The Spoils of War”
P. H. Wentworth III, Executive Editor of Wentworth and Hoyt, places the War Between the States in historical and military context.
“Unequal Under the Law”
P. H. Wentworth III, Executive Editor of Wentworth and Hoyt, advocates enfranchisement for all Americans.
P. H. Wentworth III, Executive Editor of Wentworth and Hoyt, addresses the educational advancement of newly freed slaves.
P. H. Wentworth III, Executive Editor of Wentworth and Hoyt, gives an eyewitness account of the Battle of Secessionville.
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