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[Moulton, Joseph W.]:

DIALOGUE ON DEMOCRACY, IN WHICH THE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLE IS DEFINED AND APPLIED AS A TOUCHSTONE TO PARTY-MEN AND MEASURES.

New York: 1844 28pp, stitched, scattered light spotting. Very Good. A detailed and intelligent review of the issues confronting the electorate in the 1844 campaign, with an explication of the differences between Whigs and Democrats: Protection, Texas, the extension of slavery, the Bank. Moulton was a New York lawyer who "retired to Roslyn and devoted himself entirely to antiquarian and legal researches." Appleton. FIRST EDITION. AI 44-1967 [3].


Book Id: 18335

Price: $275.00

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