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Title: Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln. Volume 4.
Author: Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.
Publication Info: New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 1953.
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• ... ust deal with it. / Magnitude of question. / What prevents just now? / Right --- wrong --- indifference / Indifference unphilosophical / Because nobody is / ...
• ...quality of man'' principle which actuated our forefathers in the establishment of the government is right; and that slavery, being directly opposed to this, is morally wrong. I think that if anything ...
• ... avery is morally wrong. God gave man a mouth to receive bread, hands to feed it, and his hand has a right to carry bread to his mouth without controversy. / We suppose slavery is wrong, and that / ...
• ...nd that it endangers the perpetuity of the Union. Nothing else menaces it. Its effect on free labor makes it what Seward has been so roundly abused for calling, an irrepressible conflict. Almost every ...
• ...ive is its settlement upon the basis of its being wrong. Some men think it is a question of neither right or wrong; that it is a question of dollars and cents, only; that the Almighty has drawn a line ...
• ... took the bull by the horns, and said the Declaration of Independence wasn't true! Judge Taney might have first broached the doctrine. Perhaps he did; but I heard it first from Judge Douglas, tho ...
• ...ie I find a rattlesnake. I take a stake and kill him. Everybody would applaud the act and say I did right. But suppose the snake was in a bed where children were sleeping. Would I do right to strike h ...
• ...ct and say I did right. But suppose the snake was in a bed where children were sleeping. Would I do right to strike him there? I might hurt the children; or I might not kill, but only arouse and exasp ...
• ...uppose the snake was in a bed where children were sleeping. Would I do right to strike him there? I might hurt the children; or I might not kill, but only arouse and exasperate the snake, and he might ...
• ...where children were sleeping. Would I do right to strike him there? I might hurt the children; or I might not kill, but only arouse and exasperate the snake, and he might bite the children. Thus, by m ...
• ...e? I might hurt the children; or I might not kill, but only arouse and exasperate the snake, and he might bite the children. Thus, by meddling with him here, I would do more hurt than good. Slavery is ...
• ...pon it where it already exists. The question that we now have to deal with is, ``Shall we be acting right to take this snake and carry it to a bed where there are children?'' The Republican party insi ...
• ... fe materially. / This is only applicable to men who think slavery is wrong. Those who think it right, of course will look upon the rattlesnake as a jewel, and call the wen an ornament. I suppose / ...
• ...y cannot stop the war they charge you with. You can, however, conform to their idea that slavery is right. This will satisfy them, but what is the effect on you? Why slavery comes in upo ...
• ...hey have found nothing to detect us in doing them any wrong. What then? We must say that slavery is right; we must vote for Douglas's new Sedition laws; we must withdraw our statement that slavery is ...
• ...ey cannot stop short of this. They may be justified in this, believing, as they do, that slavery is right, and a social blessing. We cannot act otherwise than we do, believing that slavery is wrong. I ...
• ...nd a social blessing. We cannot act otherwise than we do, believing that slavery is wrong. If it is right, we may not contract its limits. If it is wrong, they cannot ask us to extend it. Upon these d ...
• ...y cannot ask us to extend it. Upon these different views, hinges the whole controversy. Thinking it right, they are justified in asking its protection; thinking it wrong, we cannot consent to vote for ...
• ... or intimidated from preserving our dignity and our rights by any menace; but let us have faith that Right, Eternal Rightmakesmight, and as we understand our duty, so do it! / [Eve / ...
• ... from preserving our dignity and our rights by any menace; but let us have faith that Right, Eternal Rightmakesmight, and as we understand our duty, so do it! / [Evening Press / ...
• ... reserving our dignity and our rights by any menace; but let us have faith that Right, Eternal Rightmakesmight, and as we understand our duty, so do it! / [Evening Press Vers / ...
• ... ing our dignity and our rights by any menace; but let us have faith that Right, Eternal Rightmakesmight, and as we understand our duty, so do it! / [Evening Press Version] / ...
• ... pinion, the importance and magnitude of the question is underrated, even by our wisest men. If I be right, the first thing is to get a just estimate of the evil---then we can provide a cure. / On / ...
• ...g in its effect upon white people and free labor; it is the only thing that threatens the Union. It makes what Senator Seward has been much abused for calling an ``irrepressible conflict.'' When they ...
• .... The property basis will have its weight---the love of property and a consciousness of right or wrong have conflicting places in our organization, which often make a man's course seem cro ...
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