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Harper's Weekly Editorials on Carl Schurz

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Harper's Weekly Editorials on Carl Schurz


“And, Mother! Draw it Mild!”October 27, 1866
The Missouri SenatorJanuary 16, 1869
Liberty and the WarAugust 13, 1870
The PartiesDecember 10, 1870
Republican QuarrelsDecember 24, 1870
Germany in New YorkApril 29, 1871
The Speech of Senator SchurzSeptember 2, 1871
Principles, Not MenSeptember 9, 1871
Senator SchurzJanuary 27, 1872
The Military RingMarch 23, 1872
Oil and Water at CincinnatiMay 18, 1872
Any Thing to Beat GrantJuly 6, 1872
Reform of the Civil ServiceJuly 6, 1872
Senator SchurzJuly 6, 1872
Change, Not ReformJuly 20, 1872
The Speech of Senator SchurzAugust 10, 1872
Theory and PracticeFebruary 7, 1874
Abusing the Plaintiff's AttorneyMarch 14, 1874
Senator SchurzMay 16, 1874
Changes in the SenateFebruary 6, 1875
Carl SchurzApril 3, 1875
Mr. Carl Schurz and the Democratic PartyMay 15, 1875
Which is the Hard-Money Party?August 19, 1876
The Attack Upon Secretary SchurzSeptember 1, 1877
The Indian RingFebruary 2, 1878
A Faithful Public OfficerApril 6, 1878
An Indefinite DollarOctober 26, 1878
The Indian BureauJanuary 25, 1879
The Indian QuestionDecember 20, 1879
The IndiansJanuary 10, 1880
The Faith of TreatiesFebruary 28, 1880
Our Troublesome QuestionMarch 6, 1880
The Ute TreatyMarch 27, 1880
“Change”August 14, 1880
Secretary Schurz and the PoncasJanuary 1, 1881
The Ponca QuestionJanuary 15, 1881
A Significant MeetingApril 2, 1881
Mr. Schurz's SpeechAugust 23, 1884
Senator Hoar for the DefenseSeptember 13, 1884
A “Presumptive Case” ExposedSeptember 13, 1884
Mr. Schurz in OhioOctober 4, 1884
“The New South”May 23, 1885
Mr. Schurz and Mr. BlaineMarch 13, 1886
Henry ClayJune 25, 1887
Our Export TradeJanuary 21, 1888
Mr. Schurz Upon the Emperor WilliamMarch 31, 1888
Mr. Schurz in GermanyMay 12, 1888
Mr. Schurz's LetterOctober 20, 1888
Mr. Schurz's SpeechJanuary 26, 1889
Mr. Schurz's SpeechNovember 1, 1890
Mr. Schurz's LetterOctober 1, 1892
The Historic View of Two Colonial WarsOctober 28, 1899
An Entangling Alliance and A Marked ContrastJuly 14, 1900
Perfidious ImperialismOctober 13, 1900
Mr. Schurz CommendedOctober 20, 1900
Colonel Watterson on Carl SchurzMarch 21, 1908


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