By George R. Goethals, Gary L. McDowell (eds.)
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In this broad land of ours, under the blessing of our Government, they can be made useful to themselves, the country and posterity. Let the effort be fairly made. 17 But the Democrats would have nothing of it. When Lincoln was inaugurated for his second term in the spring of 1865, the Democrats’ paper in Franklin spoke of the nation’s leader with disdain. His second inaugural speech, later considered the greatest he ever delivered and the greatest inaugural speech in our history, has been looked for by the public with less interest than is usually exhibited, even in ordinary times, in regard to a public expression from the pen or lips of a President of the United States.
W. Norton, 1977), pp. 239–240. The unrelenting use of race by the Democrats is a major theme in the newest and most comprehensive account of Lincoln we have: Michael Burlingame, Abraham Lincoln: A Life (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2008). 13. Franklin Repository, April 25, 1860. 14. Michael Vorenberg, “ ‘The Deformed Child’: Slavery and the Election of 1864,” Civil War History 47 (3), pp. 240–257, quote on p. 240. During the war, the word “slavery” fell to nineteenth of the nineteen key words in both the Republican and the Democratic newspapers of Franklin County.
Carried to its logical conclusion, nullification as a constitutional construction tended toward disintegration of the Union. Further controversy over the nature of the Union with respect to popular sovereignty and the right of revolution arose in debate over the admission of California as a free state in 1850. In an inverse sense, the situation offered a preview of the crisis in republican self-government that occurred a decade later when slaveholding states claimed a revolutionary right of secession from the Union.
Lincoln’s Legacy of Leadership by George R. Goethals, Gary L. McDowell (eds.)