Federalism Unmasked: Or the Rights of the States, the Congress, the Executive, and the People, Vindicated against the Encroachments of the Judiciary, Prompted by the Modern Apostate Democracy. Being a Compilation from the Writings and Speeches of the Leaders of the old Jeffersonian Republican Party. Daniel R. Goodloe.

Federalism Unmasked: Or the Rights of the States, the Congress, the Executive, and the People, Vindicated against the Encroachments of the Judiciary, Prompted by the Modern Apostate Democracy. Being a Compilation from the Writings and Speeches of the Leaders of the old Jeffersonian Republican Party.

[Washington, D.C.]: n.p., [1860]. 15, [1] pp. 8vo. Self wrappers. First edition. A very good unopened and untrimmed copy copy,soiling on first and last leaf, lower corners with small chips or creases. Sabin 27861. LCP. Afro-Americana 4171. Item #35929

List of speeches and documents available from the Republican Executive Congressional Committee on last page. Daniel R. Goodloe (1814-1902) was an abolitionist, journalist, Republican politician from North Carolina, and the author of the 1846 "Inquiry into the causes which have retarded the accumulation of wealth and increase of population in the southern states in which the question of slavery is considered in a politico-economical point of view" which was the starting points for Helper's "The Impending Crisis" which so inflamed the South.

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