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We therefore note with deep solicitude that the Democratic party counts, as its chief hope of success, upon the electoral vote of a united South, secured through the efforts of those who were recently arrayed against the nation; and we invoke the earnest attention of the country to the grave truth that a success thus achieved would reopen sectional strife and imperil national honor and human rights.- "A History of the Republican Party", George Washington Platt.
- "The Shrieking Pit", Arthur J. Rees.
- "The Long Lane's Turning", Hallie Erminie Rives.