Home > Uncategorized > “…..By the time Lincoln and Greeley both left Congress in 1849, Lincoln had developed a close circle of friends which eventually included a batch of the socialist Forty-eighters, and they were working at turning the states of Missouri, Wisconsin, and Illinois into seething points of agitation. So what we had, in effect, was almost constant socialist agitation in the upper Midwest in the very late 1840s and 1850s. Again…” ~ Lincoln’s Leftist Associates–Part Two | revisedhistory | IF THE TRUTH BE KNOWN…BLOGGING BAD w/Gunny.G…

“…..By the time Lincoln and Greeley both left Congress in 1849, Lincoln had developed a close circle of friends which eventually included a batch of the socialist Forty-eighters, and they were working at turning the states of Missouri, Wisconsin, and Illinois into seething points of agitation. So what we had, in effect, was almost constant socialist agitation in the upper Midwest in the very late 1840s and 1850s. Again…” ~ Lincoln’s Leftist Associates–Part Two | revisedhistory | IF THE TRUTH BE KNOWN…BLOGGING BAD w/Gunny.G…

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“…..By the time Lincoln and Greeley both left Congress in 1849, Lincoln had developed a close circle of friends which eventually included a batch of the socialist Forty-eighters, and they were working at turning the states of Missouri, Wisconsin, and Illinois into seething points of agitation.

So what we had, in effect, was almost constant socialist agitation in the upper Midwest in the very late 1840s and 1850s. Again…”

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