Ulysses S. Grant Quotes: In 1856 I Preferred The Success Of A

In 1856 ... I Preferred The Success Of A Candidate Whose Election Would Prevent Or Postpone Secession, To Seeing The Country Plunged Into A War The End Of Which No Man Could Foretell. With A Democrat Elected By The Unanimous Vote Of The Slave States, There Could Be No Pretext For Secession For Four Years ... I Therefore Voted For James Buchanan As President.
— Ulysses S. Grant —

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