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re intended to protect?
This notion of the President's is not merely foolish — It is a high handed outrage.
Violence provokes violence.
He has chosen the worst possible method of destroying his own government, and defeating his purpose of saving the Union.
In attempting to enforce the laws, he has violated the spirit and letter of the Constitution.
Truly, his is a savage mode of securing the object of the Constitution, which was "a more perfect Union."
Coercion hastens secession.
Anderson's occupation of Fort Sumter carried Georgia--the key of the position — the only one of the Gulf States which was at all doubtful.
The advices received by Georgia members indicate a large majority for instant secession.
With the departure of the Gulf State Senators ensues a force bill, authorizing the Government to raise 300,000 volunteers, and $200,000,000 will be voted to pay the expenses.
The Government can't obtain the money, but the Northern States can, and will.
As we of the South