[Philadelphia: 1832]. 8pp, modern plain wrappers. Caption title [as issued], scattered foxing. Good+.
Jackson's re-election will be fatal to republican principles. He aggrandizes all power to himself, requires "universal proscription of all opposition to his personal opinions and will;" and concentrates "all party affections in himself, to the exclusion and sacrifice of every other object of political desire." His leadership will either divide the Union "into fragments, wasting it away to the decrepitude of the former confederacy, or consolidate it under the power of one man."
Sabin 5495. AI 11380 . Not in Eberstadt, Decker, Miles, Wise & Cronin. Item #14719