The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 12, July 1908 - April, 1909 Page: 147
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The Experiences of an Unrecognized Senator. 147
and progressive in the rapid consummation of their objects, re-
moved all previous scruples, and pressed forward all those who
sought to lead, to follow any and every one, who was most extreme
in proposing measures leading in the line of their ultimate pur-
poses,-freedom of the negro and the centralism of the govern-
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