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Ohio Democratic Party:

SPEECHES OF GOVERNOR WILLIAM ALLEN, HON. GEO. H. PENDLETON, HON. A.G. THURMAN, GEN. THOMAS EWING, GEN. SAMUEL F. CARY, HON. MILTON I. SOUTHARD, BEFORE THE DEMOCRATIC RATIFICATION MEETING, IN THE CITY OF COLUMBUS, ON THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 17, 1875.

Nevins & Myers, Columbus: 1875 12pp, stitched, light soil. About Very Good. Democrats attack the Grant Administration for Caesarism, corruption, fiscal irresponsibility, vindictive animosity towards the South, and an unseemly solicitude for the Negro. "The Civil Rights Bill was passed as a measure of spite and ill-will toward the people of the South," says George Pendleton, who had run on the Democratic ticket with George McClellan in the 1864 presidential campaign. General Ewing, later a leader of the Greenback party, describes in illuminating fashion the financial dislocations wrought by the Panic of 1873. FIRST EDITION. Not in Thomson, Eberstadt, Decker, Sabin, LCP, or [evidently] NUC or OCLC.


Book Id: 11232

Price: $125.00

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