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Douglas, [Stephen A.]:

POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY IN THE TERRITORIES. JUDGE DOUGLAS IN REPLY TO JUDGE BLACK.

Washington: 1859 24pp, stitched. Caption title [as issued]. Very Good. Senator Douglas defends his position on Popular Sovereignty and his legislative record on Kansas-Nebraska against his pro-Buchanan enemies, who turned against Douglas when he charged that the pro-slavery, Buchanan-backed Kansas government was produced by massive electoral fraud. Attorney General Black, President Buchanan, and other nosy Keystoners should "direct all their efforts to the redemption of Pennsylvania from the thraldom of black republicanism than to continue their alliance with the black republicans in Illinois, with the vain hope of dividing and defeating the democratic party in the only western or northern State which has never failed to cast her vote for the regular nominee of the democratic party at any presidential election." BEAL 10079. Sabin 20693n. LCP 3197.


Book Id: 21526

Price: $100.00

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