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political debates ... in the senatorial campaign of 1858 in Illinois

Abraham Lincoln

political debates ... in the senatorial campaign of 1858 in Illinois

together with certain preceding speeches of each at Chicago, Springfield, etc.

by Abraham Lincoln

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Published by Putnam in New York .
Written in English


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StatementAbraham Lincoln, Stephen Arnold Douglas.
ContributionsDouglas, Stephen Arnold.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13845435M

In the course of their battle for the Illinois senatorial seat, Stephen Douglas and Abraham Lincoln conducted seven debates that addressed slavery, states' rights, and other hot-button issues. Although Lincoln lost the election, the debates brought him to national attention and helped propel him toward the presidency. This volume features an individual speech by each candidate and.


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John Splaine wrote a companion book, in which he summarized the candidates’ tactics. Pre-Presidential Political Timeline At with no real qualifications and a very limited formal education, Abraham Lincoln ran for his first Illinois political office.

He failed in that campaign for the state legislature, but two years later gained a seat as a member of the Whig Party.

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