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Election of 1868:

PEACE OR WAR. THE DEMOCRATIC POSITION ILLUSTRATED BY FRANK P. BLAIR, JR. SPEECHES OF SENATORS MORTON OF INDIANA, STEWART AND NYE OF NEVADA, DELIVERED IN THE UNITED STATES SENATE...ON THE BILL OFFERED TO REGULATE THE COUNTING OF THE ELECTORAL VOTES.

Union Republican Congressional Committee, Washington: [1868] 8pp, dbd, caption title [as issued]. Printed in double columns. Good+ or so. Democrats are accused of rejecting reconstruction "except upon the condition of the triumph of those who have been in rebellion." The Democratic ticket, led by Blair and Seymour, and its platform "are a declaration of renewal of the rebellion," resisting any attempt to protect the newly-won rights of freedmen and seeking to nullify the Acts of Reconstruction. Scarce, NUC recording only the Library of Congress copy. FIRST EDITION. Sabin 51020. 396 NUC 0804998 [1- DLC]. Not in Eberstadt, Decker.


Book Id: 15098

Price: $150.00

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