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|Thanks for the reference Unionblue. I am quite intrigued by the part about charging the workers with treason. While I'm not very well read up on the legal history of the war this instance is the only occasion I can think of that civilians were charged with treason for simply producing goods that would have supported the Confederacy. I wonder what made them different. Unfortunetly I'm rather short on time for reading at the moment, but if anyone does read that book I would sure like to hear back from them on the treason charges.