||By his own hand : suicide -- Most horrible of crimes : suicide in the old south -- The self-slaying epidemic : suicide after the Civil War -- The legacy of the war we suppose : suicide in medical and social thought -- To loosen the bands of society : divorce -- The country is also a party : antebellum divorce in black and white -- Connubial Bliss until he entered the army by conscription : civil war and divorce -- The divorce mill runs over time : marital breakdown and reform in the new south -- Enslaved by debt : the culture of credit and debt -- Sacredness of obligations : debt in antebellum North Carolina -- Out of debt before I die : the credit crisis of the Civil War -- What the landlord and the storeman choose to make it : general stores, pawnshops, and boardinghouses in the new south -- Nothing less than a question of slavery or freedom : populism and the crisis of debt in the new south.
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