Consultants and Policy

In 1861, the Lincoln administration faced a dilemma. A major continent-wide war was about to erupt, and the Union intended to utilize the many miles of…

In 1861, the Lincoln administration faced a dilemma. A major continent-wide war was about to erupt, and the Union intended to utilize the many miles of railroad tracks for transport of both soldiers and supplies—a revolutionary and innovative use of transportation.

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