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Power in the
Lib. 26.178. election of James Buchanan—a typical Northern doughface
Lib. 26.125. —to the Presidency in November, over John C. Fremont, with three parties in the field and only one issue, was in fact the Bunker Hill of that Revolution.
Between these events, of the first political importance, occurred the beating of Charles Sumner in his seat in the Senate Chamber
May 22, 1856; Lib. 26.87. of the United States by the nephew of one of his colleagues, a Representative from South Carolina, Preston S. Brooks.
The speech which drew down upon the Massachusetts Senator this murderous assault, was entitled The Crime against Kansas; and the assault itself was merely a part of that crime.
Jefferson Davis, Pierce's Secretary of War, wielding all the power of the
Lib. 26:, . Administration in support of the pro-slavery invaders of Kansas, publicly approved Brooks's action.
Senator Douglas, the
Lib. 26.173. arch-contriver of the Kansas iniquity, witnessed without emot