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The War, and How to End It


The War, and How to End It

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    William N. Slocum
Excerpt from book: PREFACE TO SECOND EDITION. The first edition of this pamphlet was published anonymously, because the writer desired to have it judged according to its merits, entirely disconnected with personal considerations. Having, in the Appendix, made , gome statements which would not appear well if from an unknown source, and being willing to assume the responsibility which attaches to the utterance not only of those statements, but of every sentiment advocated in the pamphlet in its original form, the author publishes this edition with his name endorsed. The term "anti-constitution abolitionists," naed on the Sad page, refers solely to the Qarrisonian abolitionists. It would be unjust to Gerrit Smith, and others who think like him, to class them among those who are opposed to the Constitution. They are really its most ardent supporters, believing, as they do, that the Constitution does not in any manner sanction slavery, and that in spirit it is diametrically opposed to the institution. This pamphlet will be sent by mail, postrpxid, on -'.., receipt of Twenty-five cents in stamps. Address, Lock Box 605. San Francisco. Friends of emancipation desirous of circulating this pamphlet will be supplied at cost price, $15 per hundred. chapter{Section 4THE WAR, HOW TO E 2ST D IT. Fellow Citizens: Believing that the people of the United States will sbbn be required to determine upon some mode of abolishing slavery, I have collected from many sources the most reliable information obtainable concerning the Results of emancipation in other countries: and though you may not sustain my deductions therefrom, yet for the facts presented I ask your careful consideration. John C. Calhoun, in a report to the United States Senate, made by him as chairman of a special comm...   show more
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