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Thought For the Day: Liberty Is the Highest Political End

“Liberty is not a means to a higher political end. It is the highest political end.”  – Lord Acton  (1834-1902)

Thought For The Day

On the Eve of South Carolina's Decision to Leave the Union, Horace Greeley Articulates and Supports the State's Right to Secede

by Diane Rufino, May 7, 2018

Horace Greeley, editor of the New York Daily Tribune, was the embodiment of the North. In an editorial for the paper on December 17, 1860 (three days before South Carolina voted in Convention to secede, and amidst rumors that the state would likely secede), Greeley articulated the view of secession that most in government and in the North held. 758 more words

On the Eve of South Carolina's Decision to Leave the Union, Horace Greeley Articulates and Supports the State's Right to Secede

by Diane Rufino, May 7, 2018

Horace Greeley, editor of the New York Daily Tribune, was the embodiment of the North. In an editorial for the paper on December 17, 1860 (three days before South Carolina voted in Convention to secede, and amidst rumors that the state would likely secede), Greeley articulated the view of secession that most in government and in the North held. 758 more words

On the Eve of South Carolina's Decision to Leave the Union, Horace Greeley Articulates and Supports the State's Right to Secede

Diane Rufino, May 7, 2018

Horace Greeley, editor of the New York Daily Tribune, was the embodiment of the North. In an editorial for the paper on December 17, 1860 (three days before South Carolina voted in Convention to secede, and amidst rumors that the state would likely secede), Greeley articulated the view of secession that most in government and in the North held. 758 more words

On the Eve of South Carolina's Decision to Leave the Union, Horace Greeley Articulates and Supports the State's Right to Secede

Diane Rufino, May 7, 2018

Horace Greeley, editor of the New York Daily Tribune, was the embodiment of the North. In an editorial for the paper on December 17, 1860 (three days before South Carolina voted in Convention to secede, and amidst rumors that the state would likely secede), Greeley articulated the view of secession that most in government and in the North held. 758 more words

On the Eve of South Carolina's Decision to Leave the Union, Horace Greeley Articulates and Supports the State's Right to Secede

Diane Rufino, May 7, 2018

Horace Greeley, editor of the New York Daily Tribune, was the embodiment of the North. In an editorial for the paper on December 17, 1860 (three days before South Carolina voted in Convention to secede, and amidst rumors that the state would likely secede), Greeley articulated the view of secession that most in government and in the North held. 758 more words

On the Eve of South Carolina’s Decision to Leave the Union, Northern Editor Horace Greeley Articulates and Supports the State’s Right to Secede

by Diane Rufino, May 7, 2018

Horace Greeley, editor of the New York Daily Tribune, was the embodiment of the North. In an editorial for the paper on December 17, 1860 (three days before South Carolina voted in Convention to secede, and amidst rumors that the state would likely secede), Greeley articulated the view of secession that most in government and in the North held. 759 more words