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Webster's Seventh of March Speech and the Secession Movement

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Daniel Webster (1782-1852) was a politician in the decades just before the Civil War. From the Introduction, "The introduction in Congress of that Wilmot Proviso designed to make free soil of all the territory to be acquired in the Mexican War; the instant and bitter reaction of the South; the various demands for some sort of partition of the conquered area between the ...more
Paperback, 48 pages
Published April 22nd 2010 by Book Jungle
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May 10, 2015 David rated it it was amazing
Webster's speech is famous worldwide. I enter this book by Foster among my readings only because it seems the single publication placing front and foremost in full Daniel Webster's long analytical speech to the US Senate. The copy of the speech I have in my home is twenty pages of full dense type, with an introduction.

My American literature compilation includes this historic Webster speech in the Senate, with an introduction, and including the 1850 short biting damning poem 'Ichabod' by Whittier
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