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Election of 1876:

TILDEN, HENDRICKS AND REFORM. SPEECHES OF HON. GEO. A. HOADLY, HON. F. HASSAURECK, HON H. PENDLETON, AND OTHERS, AT THE DEMOCRATIC RATIFICATION MEETING AT CINCINNATI, O., JULY 8, 1876.

[Cincinnati?: 1876] 16pp, caption title [as issued]. Disbound, lightly tanned, Good+ or Very Good. A Democratic rally in this Republican State, whose Favorite Son, Rutherford B. Hayes, would defeat Tilden in a very tight presidential election, unmatched until the year 2000. Democrats ran on racism, Republican corruption, profligate public expenditures, opposition to high tariffs and intrusive Radical Reconstruction, and support for Jeffersonian limited government. Scarce, OCLC locating copies only at the Western Reserve and Ohio Historical Societies. FIRST EDITION. OCLC 37877427 [2].


Book Id: 20530

Price: $175.00

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