5 edition of Horace Greeley found in the catalog.
Reprint of the 1890 ed. published by Funk & Wagnalls, New York, in series: American reformers.
|Series||American newspapermen, 1790-1933|
|LC Classifications||E415.9.G8 Z32 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||398|
|LC Control Number||74000923|
During this period he also worked for the emerging Whig Party. Greeley borrowed money from friends to get started, and published the first issue of the Horace Greeley book on April 10, — the day of a memorial parade in New York for President Harrison, who had died after a month in office and been replaced by Vice President Tyler. Greeley returned to New York, and the episode, when it became public, embarrassed the administration. Lincoln must "fight slavery with liberty", and not fight "wolves with the devices of a sheep". His book titled A Stupid, Unjust, and Criminal War: Iraq — was critical of the rush by the Bush administration to start the Iraq War and the consequences of that war for the United States. The dominant political issue of the day, of course, was slavery, which Greeley adamantly and vocally opposed.
He saw the scriptures as "so happily blending inexorable punishment for every offense with unfailing pity and ultimate forgiveness for the chastened transgressor. Horace Greeley book California, he toured widely and gave many addresses. Instead, during the run-up to the Republican National Convention in Chicago, he pressed the candidacy of former Missouri representative Edward Batesan opponent of the spread of slavery who had freed his own slaves. If I could save the Union without freeing any slave, I would do it, and if I could save it by freeing all the slaves I would do it; and if I could save it by freeing some and leaving others alone I would also do that. Distinctions[ edit ] Greeley is nationally respected for its high academic standards.
The Tribune set a particularly high standard in its news gathering, intellectual interest, and moral fervour. In Horace Greeley book, he produced four novels and two works of non-fiction. His third novel, The Cardinal Sinswas his first work of fiction to become a major commercial success. The New York Tribunewhich he founded in and edited until his death, became a daily Whig paper dedicated to a medley of reforms, economic progress, and the elevation of the masses.
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He subscribed to the views of Charles Fouriera French social thinker, then recently deceased, who proposed the establishment of settlements called "phalanxes" with a given number of people from various walks of life, who would function as a corporation and among whose members profits would be shared.
He helped to organize the Republican Party in and campaigned for Abraham Lincoln in His family moved often, and he was erratically Horace Greeley book until the age of Greeley had stopped over in Washington, D.
The right to secede may be a revolutionary one, but it exists nevertheless Greeley was subscribing to Graham's principles at the time, and to the end of his life rarely ate meat.
Allen of the National Catholic Reporter, Greeley became fascinated with what has been called the Catholic "analogical imagination"the idea that "visible, tangible things in the created order serve as metaphors for the divine, as opposed to the more textual and literal religious sensibility of Protestants and others.
Another main club is the Federal Reserve Challenge Club. In February, he wrote in the Tribune that Lincoln could not be elected to a second term. Although he had never heard of Universalism, through reflection and Bible-reading, he early adopted a Restorationist theology.
Then they get the notion that sexual love is a sacrament of God's love, that sexual love tells us something about God. Greeley sharpened those skills over time, laying down what future Secretary of State John Haywho worked for the Tribune in the s, deemed the "Gospel according to St.
Inhe tried his hand with Horatio D. The prayer journal was neither a book of prayers nor a book about prayer but rather an experience of praying, to dialogue with God. Greeley encountered Native Americans and was sympathetic but, like many of his time, deemed Indian culture inferior.
After the rebel leader was caught, Greeley initially advocated that "punishment be meted out in accord with a just verdict". In the course of his journalistic career Greeley espoused a wide variety of liberal causes, including the abolition of slavery and capital punishment, communitarianism, socialism, improvement of working conditions, and free-soil homesteading.
Sawyer and Octavius Brooks Frothingham he contributed to The religious aspects of the age, with a glance at the church of the present and the church of the future, being addresses delivered at the anniversary of the Young Men's Christian Union of New York He died soon after losing the election.
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