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Irish immigrants in the Civil War

I was cc-ed on a series of emails on a topic I know nothing about, maybe because I’m on the political science faculty here, I don’t know. Anyway, there was some statistical content here so I thought I’d share with you. The email is from James McManus: Analysis of the Civil War Immigrant problem McPherson’s […] The post Irish immigrants in the Civil War appeared first on Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science.
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