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C. Taylor BACKGROUND On 2 November 1852 Democrat Franklin Pierce was elected the fourteenth president of the United States. ” But there was more to Pierce’s victory than mere political tactics and strategy. By this time the nation had sectionally divided against itself and seemed prepared to cut asunder the political, social, economic, theological, and philosophical ties that had bound regions together during the War for American Independence. Debates over the 1850 compromise exhibited the potent divisions that emerged during this period; thus, the nation had placed its hopes for a cessation of these hostilities in the candidate who embodied Union first and foremost.
Bureau of National Literature and Art, 1907), 5:222. These men misjudged the President’s resolve. While serving in the Senate, Pierce received word that his elder brother, State Legislator Benjamin Kendrick Pierce, intended to vote for an anti-slavery initiative. ” Paul F. Boller, Jr. Presidential Anecdotes (New York: Penguin Books, 1982), 115. ” The Inaugural Addresses of the Presidents, ed. John Gabriel Hunt (New York: Grammercy Books, 1995), 171. , 1991), 2. Roy D. Bird and Douglas W. Wallace, Witness of the Times: A History of Shawnee County (Topeka, KS: H.
Like many members of Congress, Spaulding used Chase’s annual report to Congress as the basis for his support of the bill. 40 Chase went on to make a case for a sound currency, and the dangers of uncertainty in the value of money. He then proceeded to present his plan for the easy circulation of a stable currency: Two plans for effecting this object were suggested. The first contemplated the gradual withdrawal from circulation of the notes of private corporations, and for the issue, in their stead, of United States notes, payable in coin on demand, in amounts sufficient for the useful ends of a representative currency.
Presidential Studies Reader by Robert P. Watson