George William Curtis Quote

The war has revealed an overpowering national instinct. The conflicting theories of the exact nature and limitations of our government had blinded the shrewdest minds to the fact that we were a nation, with all the feelings and instincts of a nation, and that our quarrels must be settled inside and not outside of the Union.


The Good Fight (1865)

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The war has revealed an overpowering national instinct. The conflicting theories of the exact nature and limitations of our government had blinded...

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The war has revealed an overpowering national instinct. The conflicting theories of the exact nature and limitations of our government had blinded...

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The war has revealed an overpowering national instinct. The conflicting theories of the exact nature and limitations of our government had blinded...

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The war has revealed an overpowering national instinct. The conflicting theories of the exact nature and limitations of our government had blinded...