Abraham Lincoln’s Re-election Campaign
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The Union Congressional Committee advertises pamphlets of speeches by eminent Republicans, including President Lincoln, James Garfield, and Charles Sumner, for either one or two dollars per hundred copies.
“The importance of the pending contest ... cannot be exaggerated. It is not too much to say that the fate of the Union and of Constitutional Liberty on this Continent hangs upon its decision ... a judicious distribution of proper documents and speeches will be found a most helpful agency.” [ABRAHAM LINCOLN].
Printed Document. Washington, D.C., June 29, 1864, 2 pp.
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