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Popular opposition to secession.

The people of the cotton States were far from being agreed as to the wisdom and expediency of secession under the circumstances I have mentioned, as I shall now show. The ordinances of secession adopted by the conventions of the cotton States were not, as a general rule, submitted to the people for ratification, but we are not without the means of estimating the extent of the popular opposition.

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