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Drake, [Charles D.]:

SPEECH OF SENATOR C. D. DRAKE, DELIVERED IN ST. LOUIS, NOVEMBER 4TH, 1870. THE POLITICAL SITUATION IN MISSOURI--THE BETRAYAL OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY--CARL SCHURZ AND GRATZ BROWN DISPLAYE[St.

Louis?: 1870] 7pp, double columns, dbd. Caption title [as issued], Very Good. A primer on the bitter post-War politics of this Border State. Drake, leader of the Radical Republicans, seeks the defeat of Carl Schurz and B. Gratz Brown, the leaders of the "Bolters" from the Republican Party. They are soft on Reconstruction, "deserters from the Republican camp" who have "come under the influence of men whom that party have for years denounced as guilty of heinous crimes." Their defeat in the mid-term elections is essential. FIRST EDITION. Sabin 20817n. 148 NUC 0364457 [2]. Not in LCP.


Book Id: 11945

Price: $125.00

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