THE CONTRAST. REPUBLICAN AND DEMOCRATIC ADMINISTRATIONS REVIEWED AND CONTRASTED.

[Washington? 1876]. Caption title [as issued], printed in double columns. 15, [1 adv.] pp. Disbound, else Very Good.

A presidential-year attack on the Democratic Party for its "guerrila" tactics, "striking in the dark, using any and every means or weapon within reach." The Party's sad history reflects its "open rebellion for the destruction of the nation." The last page is an advertisement for The Republic, "A Political Science Monthly Magazine," devoted to the principles of the Republican Party.
OCLC 27289630 [1- Johns Hopkins] [as of October 2015]. Item #32440

Price: $125.00

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