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John Randolph Tucker (search for this): article 5
"The Southern Church Justified in its support of the South in the present War." --This is the title of a Lecture recently delivered by John Randolph Tucker before the Young Men's Christian Association, and which has been published nearly in pamphlet form by Clemmitt. Mr. Tucker, in his brief and vigorous review of the causes which led to the present struggle, not only vindicates the Southern Church but the Southern people, for their attitude before the world. His lecture is one of the mo-This is the title of a Lecture recently delivered by John Randolph Tucker before the Young Men's Christian Association, and which has been published nearly in pamphlet form by Clemmitt. Mr. Tucker, in his brief and vigorous review of the causes which led to the present struggle, not only vindicates the Southern Church but the Southern people, for their attitude before the world. His lecture is one of the most concise, as well as conclusive statements of the cause that has been put in print.