Книга: Wade Benjamin Franklin «Report of the Joint Committee On the Conduct of the War, Volume 1»

Report of the Joint Committee On the Conduct of the War, Volume 1

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Wade,Benjamin Franklin

Wade (wād), Benjamin Franklin. 1800-1878.

American politician who served as a U.S. senator from Ohio (1851-1869) and jointly authored the Wade-Davis Manifesto (1864), which declared the primacy of Congress in matters of the Reconstruction.

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