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coaa&ctkm with those «t« t that bad become m eameshed with the
MexkM Way. He enfaniafttod his of Hi* litnliM in
which the 9ooth fowad hermit with m explaaatioa «f tite earreat at*
tempts toward the abolishment ©I slavery and slave trade fa the
District of Golaaabia.
Baviil set «f this premise to the tlimg, Calhoas proceeded 'li
to show what a c@ tiii® «#' of this predicaaaaat would meaa to the
S©**th, Be generalised that *t«t first result would be Hie emaac Ra-
tion of the N«|io« . A* «vid«a«« «C what sach a future eotidluU
for the South, he cited the results In the British West ladies aad
waraed ttiat it would be even, worse ia th« South in that the emaacipated
MqpnMi woaM combiae forces with the aorilera abolitionists in forciag
southern whites to ebaage conditions with the former slaves. It would
then he a "degradatioa grater than has ever fat fallea to the tot of
a free aad ealightened people. ** To preveat this future of disorder, ,
aaarchy, aad sdctrf he colluded that there could ©aly he ©we
II you become uaited, aad prove yourselves ia earnest,
the North will he brought to a pause, aad to a ealculatioa of
««nfeMVMpe* ; aad that may lead to a change mimmmmm-t
aad the adoption of a course of policy that may quietly aad
paaeafcty ter* if* te tikis long vmt&iM beiwees the two section®.
If It should aot, nothing would reoaaia for yoa but to staad up
immovably ia dafewte of rights, iavolviag your all—voar
property# prosperity, equality, liberty,, aad safety, *
2Calhoua Works, VI, 28&.313, for the complete text of fee
address and associated cotrMpoadwse*.
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Chappell, Ben A. The Southern Unity Movement, thesis, 1956; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc107898/m1/32/: accessed December 17, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .