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South Carolina:

ADDRESS OF THE WASHINGTON SOCIETY TO THE PEOPLE OF SOUTH- CAROLINA.

[Charleston?: @1832] 7, [1 blank] pp. Disbound. Caption title [as issued], lightly foxed. Good+. At the height of the Nullification Crisis, the Washington Society of South Carolina stood with Andrew Jackson for the maintenance of an imperishable Union; and against South Carolina's State Rights - Free Trade Association. Here the Society calls Nullification unconstitutional and warns that the Association's stance "must end in bloodshed, disgrace, and ruin." Secession can only end in "defeat and disgrace, or in the establishment of a military despotism in South-Carolina, and the road to either alternative lies through bloodshed and civil war." II Turnbull 252. Not in LCP. OCLC 8319860 [5], 166626678 [2], 83967090 [1]


Book Id: 19010

Price: $500.00

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