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The Daily Dispatch: January 17, 1862., [Electronic resource], George N. Sanders to the Democracy of the Northwest Fragment of the late United States. (search)
e close of the way, that the people along the border will have the power and may determine to change the line between the free and slave States--in this way dissipated rights may be entirely restored to a part of your territory. But there can be no place for any portion of you in this Confederacy without the thorough approval and hearty adoption of the Constitution of the Confederate States; Which is but a more open expression of the Federal Constitution as always interpreted by Jefferson and Madison. Had the Northern people been true to the institutions of the fathers of democracy; had the doctrine of the Kentucky Resolutions of '98 been the rule of action instead of merely the subjects of the topical flourish, probably no cause for separation would ever have existed. But the long festering corruption in the political condition of the North the moral fever of the disorganizing, agrarian, family breaking doctrines which have been sedulously poured into her social syst