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The Nation's Peril

Twelve Years' Experience in the South

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Author: Anonymous
Published: 1872
Language: English
Wordcount: 43,338 / 134 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 42.5
LoC Category: E
Downloads: 370
Added to site: 2011.09.22
mnybks.net#: 30792
Genre: History
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social and financial progress.

Society at this time was divided into several classes. Many who were disposed to accept and abide by the new order of things, dared not express their real sentiments from fear of social and political ostracism. Men of intelligence and education, but who had allowed the thirst for power and political preferment to absorb and swallow up the promptings of their better nature, had begun the process of gaining over to their interests the very worst elements in the social circle beneath them, with a view to carrying out their unholy designs. This class in turn, and under the management of the more intelligent, intimidated still another class and compelled them to join in a crusade that had for its objects the most infamous ends ever attempted to be gained by men. A complete connection had thus been formed, reaching from the unscrupulous leaders, to the masses, and embracing in its chain every class of society needed for the success of the general plan.

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