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The doctrines of the Democratic and abolition parties contrasted

Jeremiah S. Black

The doctrines of the Democratic and abolition parties contrasted

Negro equality, The conflict between "higher law" and the law of the land

by Jeremiah S. Black

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Published by "Age" office in [Philadelphia .
Written in English

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  • Campaign literature, 1864 -- Democratic

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    Statementspeech of Hon. Jeremiah S. Black, at the hall of the Keystone club, in Philadelphia, October 24, 1864
    SeriesSelected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination8 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14962579M

    According to the party platform, the “normal condition” of a state was “freedom”, and although they were not seeking abolition in slave states, the Republicans had little interest in seeing the institution expand westward. Until the , the Democratic Party had largely supported the concept of popular sovereignty in the new territories.   Sure enough, the Boston Chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America has a "Prison Abolition Working Group" that meets monthly. The national DSA .   Gingrich promoted the economic program of the Republican Party, including cutting taxes and government spending, and contrasted the ideals of the Republican and Democratic Parties .   In Wrestling with His Angel, his new book on Abraham Lincoln, Blumenthal returns to those roots. He applies to the s, with rewarding effect, the analytical insight and stylistic elegance that made him an indispensable writer in the s on the rise of Ronald Reagan–era conservatism and the Democratic struggle to formulate a winning response.


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