Stephen Douglas: The Last Years, 1857-1861
University of Texas Press, 1971 - 342 pages
This biography places particular emphasis on Douglas's struggles with President James Buchanan, his debates with Lincoln, the presidential campaign of 1860, and his complex relationship with the South. -- Dust jacket.
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