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Address of the New York State Republican Reform League: Followed by the Third-Term Question by Hon. Matthew Hale, and the Republic and the Presidency by Honorable A. N. Cole; Reprinted from the National Quarterly Review for April, 1880 (Classic Reprint)

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Office at the close of General Grant's first year as President That discontent dissatisfaction and disgust followed on the part of a large portion of the party was natural The wise and prudent policies of war which had nabled the minent soldier to surround himself with the best military talent of the nation seemed to have deserted him *when placed at the head of civil affairs His chief counsellors were taken from the ranks of those who * placed at the head of civil affairs His chief counsellors were taken from the ranks of those who most axes to grind and in their grinding manifestly cared for their own political fortunes
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fame than those of their party and country That such a policy resulted in alienating large numbers from the party *Need Not Be Won Dered *not be won dered The ntire patronage of the Government was bestowed with a view to building up one class of leaders and the pulling down of another So. ,
Excerpt from Address of the New York State Republican Reform League Followed by the Third Term uestion by Hon Matthew Hale and the Republic and the Presidency by Honorable A N Cole; Reprinted From the National uarterly Review for April 1880At the period of his inauguration the party was united determined and strong But divisions soon arose bitter feuds were ngendered and factions took the place of peace and union Scarcely had General Grant been six months President when from causes never xplained or understood there was begun a war upon certain chiefs in the party having no parallel in the history of American *politics The inaugura tion of changes in nearly all departments of the customs *The inaugura tion of changes in nearly all departments the customs *and other branches of the service then took *other of the service then took until scarcely a friend of Greeley Chase and Fenton was found in. .