2 edition of The great debate between Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas in 1858 found in the catalog.
|Statement||reproduced in condensed form in 1940 by Harry F. Lake and George R. Farnum, before the Lincoln Group of Boston|
|Contributions||Douglas, Stephen Arnold, 1813-1861, Lake, Harry F., Farnum, George Rossiter, 1885-|
|LC Classifications||E457.4 .L758|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 p. L., 3-54 p.|
|Number of Pages||54|
In , as the country moved ever closer to disunion, two politicians from Illinois attracted the attention of a nation. From August 21 until Octo Stephen Douglas battled Abraham Lincoln in face to face debates around the state. The prize they sought was a seat in . Lincoln-Douglas Debates () - The series of seven debates between Stephen A. Douglas and Abraham Lincoln during the Illinois state election campaign as among the most significant statements in American political history. They discussed issues of great importance at the time like slavery and the rights of states. As Lincoln said, the issues would be discussed long after “these poor.
October 7, More t people jammed the campus of Knox College. Heavy rain had fallen the day before and a raw wind blew during the debate. Douglas went to great length to explain his opposition to the Lecompton Constitution and his opposition to any compromise on the subject. He made his typical statement concerning the Declaration. Seventh Debate between Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas Mr. Douglas: So long as we live under a common constitution, so long as we live in a confederacy of sovereign and equal States, joined together as one for certain purposes, that any political creed is radically wrong which cannot be proclaimed in every State, and every section of.
The answer is simple: Lincoln. In , running against incumbent Stephen A. Douglas for Senator of Illinois, Lincoln challenged Douglas “for you and myself to divide time, and address the same audiences.” Why he did this, and what came of their seven debates, is . From Wikipedia. Lincoln–Douglas debates * Read in another language * Watch this page * Edit This article is about the historical debates of For the type of American high school debate, see Lincoln–Douglas debate format. Composite image from.
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The mother of all political campaign debates was the battle between Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas, and by today’s standards, our modern debaters would be challenged to fit the format.
Memorial at one of the debate sites in Illinois. Signed Book (“A. Lincoln”), Political Debates Between Hon. Abraham Lincoln and Hon. Stephen A Douglas, in the Celebrated Campaign of In Illinois. Inscribed in ink on flyleaf to the Honorable S.T. Logan, "from his friend, A Lincoln." First edition, Columbus, Historians have traditionally regarded the series of seven debates between Stephen A.
Douglas and Abraham Lincoln during the Illinois state election campaign as. The Lincoln-Douglas debates remain our culture's model of what public political debate ought to be. This new edition of the complete transcripts of the debates and eyewitness interpretations of them (previously published under the title Created Equal?) includes a new Foreword by David by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lincoln, Abraham, Great debate between Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A.
Douglas in [Boston] Lincoln Group of Boston, (Abraham Lincoln:Beveridge, v. II, p. It was during the presidential election that Douglas proposed they move their debates about the candidates from Speed’s store to a more public forum, so he and Lincoln participated in street debates that.
The Lincoln-Douglas debates were a series of formal political debates between the challenger, Abraham Lincoln, and the incumbent, Stephen A. Douglas, in a campaign for one of Illinois' two United States Senate seats.
Although Lincoln lost the election, these debates launched him into national prominence which eventually led to his election as. Lincoln-Douglas debates, series of seven debates between the Democratic senator Stephen A. Douglas and Republican challenger Abraham Lincoln during the Illinois senatorial campaign, largely concerning the issue of slavery extension into the territories.
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senatorial candidates Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas waged a war of words. Related Content Debating on Television: Then and Now. Stephen Arnold Douglas (Ap – June 3, ) was an American politician and lawyer from was one of the Democratic Party nominees for president in the election which was won by Republican candidate Abraham s had previously bested Lincoln in the Illinois election for the United States Senate, which is known for the Lincoln–Douglas cal party: Democratic.
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Abraham Lincoln’s reputation was just starting to grow, and his life was about to make a drastic change. The Lincoln-Douglas debates of were a turning point in Abraham Lincoln’s political career.
Lincoln had served four terms in the Illinois legislature, and now desired an office with greater prestige. The Lincoln-Douglas Debates of were a series of seven debates between Abraham Lincoln, theRepublican candidate for Senate in Illinois, and the incumbent Senator Stephen Douglas, the.
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Douglas in the Celebrated Campaign of in Illinois: Including the Preceding Speeches of Each at Chicago, Springfield, Etc., Also the Two Great Speeches of Abraham Lincoln in Ohio in The Lincoln-Douglas Debates made history and changed its course through seven legendary match-ups between Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Douglas during the Illinois senatorial race.
Although he lost the election, Lincoln’s gift for oratory and his antislavery stance made him a nationally known figure, and led to his election to the /5.