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1Title:  The Platforms: Baltimore. The National Convention which assembled at Baltimore on the 7th of last June, and there nominated Abraham Lincoln for re-election as president, with Andrew Johnson as vice-president, adopted and presented to the American people the following platform. ... Chicago. The Democratic National Convention which gathered at Chicago on the 29th of August, and presented the name of George B. McClellan for president, and George H. Pendleton for vice-president, agreed on and adopted the following platform. ... Points of difference. The rival platforms just given, differ, as will be seen, mainly on these points: ... Freemen of the United States! read, mark, weigh, resolve, and vote! This is preèeminently a contest regarding important principles and measures, compared with which, personal considerations are of small account    
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 Notes:  Printed in two columns. 
 Call #:  O.136 
 Extent:  1 sheet ([1] page) ; 29 x 24 cm 
 Subjects:  Democratic National Convention -- (1864 : -- Chicago, Ill.) | Republican National Convention -- (3rd : -- 1864 : -- Baltimore, Md.) | American Civil War (1861-1865) | Democratic National Convention | Republican National Convention | Presidents -- Election -- 1864 | Politics and government | Presidents Election | United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 | United States -- Politics and government -- 1861-1865 | United States | Campaign literature, 1864 Republican | History | Broadsides
 
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2Title:  The Two roads to peace!: How shall we end the rebellion--shall we coax it, or crush it? Every American citizen wants the Rebellion ended and peace restored. Two plans have been proposed for doing it: one, by a convention which met at Baltimore June 7; the other, by the convention which met at Chicago, August 30. Read and compare the two    
 Creator:  Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ) 
 Democratic Party (U.S.)
 National Union Executive Committee (U.S.)
 National Union Executive Committee (U.S.)
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 Notes:  Campaign circular published by the Republican Party's national committee, listing resolutions of "The Chicago platform" and "The Baltimore platform," followed by seven numbered "points of contrast." "Fellow-citizens! These are plain and practical issues: study them well ... If we surrender to the Rebellion, the Union is gone forever. If we fight the rebels a little longer, it is safe forever. If we give them to understand, in November next, that the only road to peace lies through the victory of the national arms, the contest is over! The election of Lincoln and Johnson is the death-knell of the Rebellion!!" Printed area measures 27.2 x 19.7 cm. 
 Call #:  O.4 
 Extent:  1 sheet ([1] page) ; 31 x 24 cm 
 Subjects:  Democratic Party (U.S.) -- Platforms | Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ) -- Platforms | Democratic Party (U.S.) | Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ) | American Civil War (1861-1865) | Political parties -- United States -- Platforms | Presidents -- United States -- Election -- 1864 | Elections -- United States | Elections | Peace | Political parties | Politics and government | Presidents Election | United States -- Politics and government -- 1861-1865 | United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Peace | United States | History | Political platforms | Campaign literature 1864 Republican | Broadsides
 
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