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Senator Hugh Butler and Nebraska Republicanism

Justus F. Paul

Senator Hugh Butler and Nebraska Republicanism

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Published by Nebraska State Historical Society, produced and distributed on demand by University Microfilms International in [Lincoln], Ann Arbor, Mich .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nebraska,
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Butler, Hugh Alfred, 1878-1954.,
    • Legislators -- United States -- Biography.,
    • Nebraska -- Politics and government.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Justus F. Paul.
      SeriesMiscellaneous series - Nebraska State Historical Society, Monograph publishing on demand, imprint series
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE748.B889 P38
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 144 p. :
      Number of Pages144
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4899024M
      ISBN 100835701859
      LC Control Number76042167
      OCLC/WorldCa2493333

      The slaves have no means of rapid communication; nor can incendiary freemen, black or white, supply it. As an elder statesman of the party, Goldwater successfully urged President Richard Nixon to resign in when evidence of a cover-up in the Watergate scandal became overwhelming and impeachment was imminent. President and fellow citizens of New York: - The facts with which I shall deal this evening are mainly old and familiar; nor is there anything new in the general use I shall make of them. The bill for this act was reported by one of the "thirty-nine," Thomas Fitzsimmons, then a member of the House of Representatives from Pennsylvania. We must arrest and return their fugitive slaves with greedy pleasure.

      He was one of the most prominent advocates for suffrage for blacks, along with free homesteads and free public schools. Edmundson also advised Brooks and was with him during the assault on Sumner Lithograph of Preston Brooks ' attack on Sumner; the artist depicts the faceless assailant bludgeoning Sumner Sumner was knocked down and trapped under the heavy desk, which was bolted to the floor. And now, if they would listen - as I suppose they will not - I would address a few words to the Southern people. To enumerate the persons who thus acted, as being four intwo inseventeen inthree intwo inand two in - there would be thirty of them. Among that sixteen were several of the most noted anti-slavery men of those times - as Dr. Based on a system of plantation slavery, the social structure of the South was far more stratified and patriarchal than that of the North.

      It is almost exactly true to say they framed it, and it is altogether true to say they fairly represented the opinion and sentiment of the whole nation at that time. If the Chinese come here, they will come for citizenship or merely for labor. I am also aware they have not, as yet, in terms, demanded the overthrow of our Free-State Constitutions. In some respects like a lawyer's brief, it was logical, temperate in tone, powerful -- irresistibly driving conviction home to men's reasons and their souls. Keitt told him that dueling was for gentlemen of equal social standing, and that Sumner was no better than a drunkard, due to the supposedly coarse language he had used during his speech.


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It was to be conquered and then forcibly molded into a society defined in northern terms. Expanding on this argument, Sumner concluded that environment had "an important, if not controlling influence" in shaping individuals.

When you make these declarations, you have a specific and well-understood allusion to an assumed Constitutional right of yours, to take slaves into the federal territories, and to hold them there as property. Latent sectional divisions suddenly activated derogatory sectional imagery which emerged into sectional ideologies.

In the Congress which passed it, there were two of the "thirty-nine. Sumner held that since Britain had accorded the rights of belligerents to the Confederacy, it was responsible for extending the duration of the war and consequent losses.

It is surely safe to assume that the thirty-nine framers of the original Constitution, and the seventy-six members of the Congress which framed the amendments thereto, taken together, do certainly include those who may be fairly called "our fathers who framed the Government under which we live.

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States that seceded before April 15, States that seceded after April 15, Union states that permitted slavery Union states that banned slavery Territories Sectionalism refers to the different economies, social structure, customs and political values of the North and South.

If any member of our party is guilty in that matter, you know it or you do not know it. What was their impact in this nascent Cold Senator Hugh Butler and Nebraska Republicanism book context?

If, on the contrary, it is left to force itself on, human nature must shudder at the prospect held up. Some of the items included are letters from and to Simon Cameron, who was the first secretary of war during the Civil War, as well as many letters from military and governmental officers with reference to African Americans becoming part of the army.

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The current House membership of was set by Congress in Not only was it the same Congress, but they were the identical, same individual men who, at the same session, and at the same time within the session, had under consideration, and in progress toward maturity, Senator Hugh Butler and Nebraska Republicanism book Constitutional amendments, and this act prohibiting slavery in all the territory the nation then owned.

A significant accomplishment of his career was the passage of the Goldwater—Nichols Act of William H. I forgot his clothes, his personal appearance, and his individual peculiarities.

Again, George Washington, another of the "thirty-nine," was Senator Hugh Butler and Nebraska Republicanism book President of the United States, and, as such approved and signed the bill; thus completing its validity as a law, and thus showing that, in his understanding, no line dividing local from federal authority, nor anything in the Constitution, forbade the Federal Government, to control as to slavery in federal territory.

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