Tilden or blood political cartoon

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tilden or blood political cartoon

Fraud of the Century: Rutherford B. Hayes, Samuel Tilden, and the Stolen Election of 1876 by Roy Morris Jr.

The bitter 1876 contest between Ohio Republican Governor Rutherford B. Hayes and New York Democratic Governor Samuel Tilden was the most sensational and corrupt presidential election in American history. It was also, in many ways, the final battle of the Civil War. Although Tilden received some 265,000 more popular votes than his opponent, and needed only one more electoral vote for victory, contested returns in three southern states still under Republican-controlled Reconstruction governments ultimately led to Hayess being declared the winner after four tense months of brazen political intrigue and threats of violence that brought armed troops into the streets of the nations capital.
In this major work of popular history and scholarship, Roy Morris, Jr., takes readers to Philadelphia in Americas centennial year, where millions celebrated the nations industrial might and democratic ideals; to the nations heartland, where Republicans refought the Civil War by waging a cynical bloody shirt campaign to tar the Democrats as the party of disunion and rebellion; and finally into the smoke-filled back rooms of Washington, D.C., where the will of the people was thwarted and the newly won rights of four million former slaves were ignored, leading to nearly ninety years of legalized segregation in the South.
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Samuel Tilden 1876 presidential campaign

While many in the country feared another civil war, Nast hoped that the commission would allow Congress to settle the impasse without violence. Nast, a Republican, drew the hand of a Republican holding down the hand of a Democrat reaching for a pistol atop a stack of papers that warned of civil war if Samuel Tilden were not to become President. Transcript of "A Truce" Political Cartoon. Nast," Harper's Weekly , Courtesy of Library of Congress. Skip to main content. Nast," Harper's Weekly,

The U. Hayes and Democrat Samuel J. After an extremely heated election dispute, a compromise was eventually reached where Hayes would become U. President in exchange for the end of Reconstruction and a withdrawal of U. After the Democrats captured control of the U. House of Representatives in , they believed that they had their best chance in 20 years of winning the U. At the Democratic National Convention , Tilden easily won the required two-thirds of delegates to win the Democratic presidential nomination on the first ballot, winning delegates to

On January 27, , Harper's Weekly featured a cartoon about the Electoral their meaning reinforced by menacing quotes-"Tilden or Blood"-printed on a.
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  1. Marc D. says:

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