Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Washington” in chapter 1.1 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 30.:
..., he expressed himself still more strongly in a letter to Patrick Henry,—Measures are systematically and pertinaciously pursued which must eventually dissolve the Union, or produce coercion.
（ Washington , Works Vol.
XI, pp. 378, 389.) Coercion Washington thus looked to as the remedy to which recourse could properly be had in case of any overt attempt at secession.
But, so far as the framers of t...
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