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“No sooner had Northern armies touched Southern soil than this old question, newly guised, sprang from the earth, — What shall be done with slaves?”
“He lifted his administration to the plane of those of Washington and Lincoln, and linked his name with theirs for our time, if not for all time.”
“As we grow older, we grow also perplexed and awkward in the doing of justice and in the perfecting and safe-guarding of liberty. It is character and good principle ... which are to save us, if we are to escape disaster.”