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1 “After the convention Lincoln met me on the street and said, “Dubois, I can tell you now what I was doing the other day when you came into my office. I was writing that speech, and I knew if I read the passage about the “house divided against itself” to you, you would ask me to change or modify it, and that I was determined not to do. I had willed it so, and was willing if necessary to perish with it.”” --Statement of Jesse K. Dubois. Ms.
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