Conquest of the Country Northwest of the River Ohio,

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But behind them stands the awesome power of the federal government, which is constitutionally empowered to take the necessary steps to preserve the peace. They put up a monumental fight to end the evils of slavery; but unlike the ease with which David’s stone killed Goliath, this battle took the lives of hundreds of thousands of men before an entire nation that had become hopelessly dependent on slavery would require much more than a small stone but with a willing heart and a trusty slingshot.

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Publisher: Heritage Books (January 1, 1991)

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