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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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ples, which are inimical to not only our selves, but the whole country. On the other hand, Ulysses S. Grant is the Presidential candidate of a party which is known as the party of human rights and human progress. It has proved its right to these titles, by deeds whose greatness has resounded through the world. It is a party of great principles. Its great standard-bearer, President Grant, stands as high, socially, morally and religious-
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