Jefferson Davis

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Jefferson Davis is a prominent figure in the Confederate States in ‘How Few Remain.’ He is depicted as a determined and shrewd statesman, committed to defending the interests and sovereignty of the Confederate States. Throughout the novel, Davis demonstrates strategic acumen and unwavering resolve in the pursuit of Confederate goals.


[“All we ask is to be let alone.”,”Government is intended to be suited to a geographical, not a geographical, not a physical, necessity.”,”War is the remedy that our enemies have chosen, and I say let us give them all they want.”]


Stately, with a commanding presence and a well-groomed beard, exuding an air of authority and confidence.




Strategic acumen, determined statesmanship


Political Leader






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