thev ought to make significant political concessions and grantrnconstitutional safeguards; as he pointed out, it was they, not thernSouth, who were mostly to blame for the sectional conflict.rnWhen he heard of Lincoln's decision to reinforce and resupplyrnSumter he wrote: "I cannot conceive of a more idle, foolish, illadvised . . .
January 1975April 21, 2022By The Archive
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