Stone Collection: Volume 3 - Item 16
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16. Horace Greeley, ”The Fruits of War,” Galaxy (July 1867): 364-66.
Opinion piece by an influential newspaper editor in which he delineates four accomplishments of the Civil War. “1) The Union has been preserved, . . 2) We have abolished slavery, . . 3) We are shielded from all rational apprehension of future civil strife, . . [and] 4) State Sovereignty, as a practical assumption, will trouble us no more.”