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... in time of war I suppose I have a right to take any measure which may best subdue the enemy ; nor do I urge objections of a moral nature , in view of possible consequences of insurrection and massacre at the South .
If we should differ as to the means , it is important that such difference should be as small as possible ; that it should not be enhanced by unjust suspicions on one side or the other . In the performance of my duty the cooperation of ...
I do not believe any compromise embracing the maintenance of the Union is now possible . All I learn leads to a directly opposite belief . The strength of the rebellion is its military , its army . That army dominates all the ...
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This was purchased as a gift for my Dad who said he enjoyed it very much. Each segment is brief making it nice for someone who doesnt have long uninterrupted stretches of time for reading. Read full review
To William H Herndon
To Judge Stephen T Logan
To John W Crisfield
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