Daniel Webster on Slavery, the Constitution, and Secession

A career-defining speech on slavery and the constitution, given by NH native Daniel Webster to the US Senate on 7 March, 1850 …

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SOURCE: Adapted from full text of speechDANIEL WEBSTER: Dartmouth’s  Favorite Son
(There is really a WHOLE LOT MORE to the speech… you can read it for yourself!)

The small “~” underneath a panel indicates some adaptation of Webster’s wording to suit the comics format.

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