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historians have reexamined the war's impact on German-speaking communities and the important roles they played in politics and society during this time. Kristen Layne Anderson's Abolitionizing Missouri: German Immigrants and Racial Ideology in Nineteenth-Century America argues that St. Louis Germans were not as solidly anti-slavery, Republican, or pro-African American as portrayed by contemporaries or subsequent historians. Anderson demonstrates that most St. Louis Germans' self-interest leddoi:10.5406/jamerethnhist.36.4.0104 fatcat:cir64b63ungctc35iaf3acsf3q