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Address to the Colored Voters of the State of Pennsylvania, issued by the Pennsylvania State Equal Rights League, Harrisburg, August 1872
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of the nations of antiquity, and as we are just launched upon the sea of life, let us take God and justice for our rudder and compass ; and thus sailing forth, we shall fear no evil, for "He will be our ????? upon our right hand." Let us submit our ballots, which are the nations? insignia of manhood, for Grant ? and the whole State ? and avoid the evils which will surely come upon us, if we give our assistance toward the election of the Liberal Democratic Republican ticket.
The two platforms need but a cursory glance to enable us to determine the pure gold from the counterfeit glitter of gold. The Union Republican platform pledges itself emphatically to the support of civil rights. The Liberal Democratic Republican platform, speaks of it as a right,
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