A BRIEF CHAPTER IN THE LIFE OF GENERAL FRANKLIN PIERCE. FROM THE NATIONAL ERA OF JUNE 17. MR. PIERCE AND THE ANTI-SLAVERY MOVEMENT. Franklin Pierce.
A BRIEF CHAPTER IN THE LIFE OF GENERAL FRANKLIN PIERCE. FROM THE NATIONAL ERA OF JUNE 17. MR. PIERCE AND THE ANTI-SLAVERY MOVEMENT.
A BRIEF CHAPTER IN THE LIFE OF GENERAL FRANKLIN PIERCE. FROM THE NATIONAL ERA OF JUNE 17. MR. PIERCE AND THE ANTI-SLAVERY MOVEMENT.

A BRIEF CHAPTER IN THE LIFE OF GENERAL FRANKLIN PIERCE. FROM THE NATIONAL ERA OF JUNE 17. MR. PIERCE AND THE ANTI-SLAVERY MOVEMENT.

[Washington: Buell & Blanchard, 1852]. 8pp, caption title (as issued). Disbound with light to moderate foxing. Good+.

All the copies that Miles examined were, like this copy, disbound. The pamphlet's purpose is to demonstrate Pierce's consistent alliance, during his entire political career, with the pro-slavery South. Pierce supported the infamous Gag Rule, prohibiting discussion in Congress of anti-slavery petitions, and has always opposed efforts to restrict slavery.
FIRST EDITION. Miles 311. LCP 1542. Item #31116

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