Chicago (IL) Press and Tribune, “Still 'Suppressed,'” July 21, 1860

Source citation
“Still 'Suppressed,'” Chicago (IL) Press and Tribune, July 21, 1860, p. 1: 1.
Newspaper: Publication
Chicago Press and Tribune
Newspaper: Headline
Still 'Suppressed'
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1
Newspaper: Column
1
Type
Newspaper
Date Certainty
Exact
Transcriber
Don Sailer, Dickinson College
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The following text is presented here in complete form, as it originally appeared in print. Spelling and typographical errors have been preserved as in the original.

STILL “SUPPRESSED.”

The Chicago Times does not yet DARE to let its readers see what its candidate for Vice-President, Herschel V. Johnson, said about Popular Sovereignty and a Slave Code, four weeks ago. Nor has it yet published complete the platform of its faction. It has carefully suppressed the Wickliff slave code plank, which Douglas in his letter of acceptance took especial pains to single out and unqualifiedly endorse. Such conduct on the part of the Times is not only cowardly but positively dishonest towards the members of its own faction.

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