Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mr. Roosevelt” in chapter 2 of John F. Hume, The abolitionists together with personal memories of the struggle for human rights:

...t nothing whatever. Besides, it was sonorous; it was euphonious; it was palatable to weak political stomachs. The ready acceptance of the new name by the Abolitionists goes very far to contradict Mr. Roosevelt 's accusation against them of being regardless of the claims of political expediency. The writer has shown, as he believes, that without the preparatory work of the political Abolitionists there w...
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