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Chapter 8: declaration of principles Defeat of General Scott for president filibustering Opposes Douglas's Nebraska bill tribune reduces expenses continued opposition to slavery against the know-nothing movement manifest Destiny failure of Fourierism bleeding Kansas organization of Republican party sleeping-cars suggested Defends the press Having failed to elect a president who at least stood for an undivided Whig party, as well as for an undivided Union, the Tribu
While it was unselfishly devoting its time, its talents, and its revenues to the antislavery cause, it is not to be disguised that its vehemence and radicalism had begun to estrange its conservative friends.
The overwhelming defeat of General Scott for the presidency, and the division of the Whig party on sectional lines, had destroyed the party as an effective national organization.
The Tribune, it will be remembered, had always been the leading Whig journal of the country, but its de
John Harrison Wilson, The life of Charles Henry Dana, Chapter
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