MR. WEBSTER'S SPEECH IN ANSWER TO CALHOUN.

[Washington: 1838]. 19pp, disbound, light wear. Good+. A sarcastic and witty attack on Calhoun's inconsistent positions on the major issues of the times: from supporter to opponent of the Bank of the United States, the tariff, and internal improvements. Webster demonstrates that, before 1825, Calhoun was "a full length above all others, in measures, which were national, and which required a broad and liberal construction of the constitution." FIRST EDITION. Sabin 102311. AI 53537. Item #7642

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