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Bloody Kansas

Bloody Kansas

Bloody Kansas
by Farley W. Jenkins Jr

The Reverend Jacob Channing is a man on a mission, to abolish the practice of slavery now and for all time. To this end he leads a settlement to the Kansas Territory, but so does a prominent slave-holding Missourian. As John Browns raid sets everyone on edge, the battle for Kansas turns Bloody. This work is essentially a Shakespearean tragedy set in the old west, but is also many other things. It uses this historical setting to explore modern issues, not the least of which is the uneasy relationship between politics and religion. It is hoped that readers will gain both a new perspective on both US History as well as modern events.

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1 Comment

  1. Mike Hill

    Just so-so………..hardly worth the time to read………

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