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Life of Henry ClayLife of Henry Clay
Page 2 Excerpt of Carl Schurz’s “Life of Henry Clay” outlining the Compromise Debate
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John C. Calhoun Speech on Clay Compromise Measures I have, senators, believed from the first that the agitation of the subject of slavery would, if not prevented by some timely and effective measure, end in disunionJohn C. Calhoun Speech on Clay Compromise Measures I have, senators, believed from the first that the agitation of the subject of slavery would, if not prevented by some timely and effective measure, end in disunion
Union is in danger. You have thus had forced upon you the greatest and gravest question that can ever come under your consideration: How can the Union be preserved?
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Historical QuestionHistorical Question
Great Triumvirate, delivered his response to Calhoun. Prepared rather hastily, Webster’s three and a half hour speech has come to be considered a triumph of American persuasive oratory
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The Clay Compromise MeasuresThe Clay Compromise Measures
Union is in danger. You have thus had forced upon you the greatest and gravest question that can ever come under your consideration: How can the Union be preserved?
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