Daniel Webster Protests the War with Mexico

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American History

 

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December 3, 2015

 

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Webster continued by saying "Mr. Polk will take no less! That is fixed upon! He is immovable!" (237). This clearly shows that Webster firmly believes that the President will not change his mind about the annexing of any new states. Webster tells that the people do not want to allow anymore states into the Union...
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Webster tells that the people do not want to allow anymore states into the Union. "If we will take peace without new States, and the Administration will have no peace without new States, I am willing to stand upon that, and trust the people" (237). Webster then argues that "if a state proposes to come into the Union, and to come in as a slave state; then there is an augmentation of the inequality in the representation of the people" (237)...
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