The Works of William H. Seward

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LEGARE STREET Press, Jul 18, 2023 - Biography & Autobiography - 682 pages

This is a collection of speeches and other writings by the prominent American statesman and abolitionist William H. Seward, who served as Secretary of State under Presidents Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson. The book includes Seward's famous 1858 speech on slavery, as well as numerous other essays and speeches on topics ranging from foreign policy to the role of government in society.

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