Henry Clay, Elias B. Caldwell, and the Establishment of Colonization’s Deliberative Discourse
The creation of the American Colonization Society (ACS) marked the beginning of a concentrated effort to gain federal support for colonization. Examination of the context surrounding the formation of ACS and the speeches delivered at its founding reveals the peculiar argumentation of the group. Such argumentation was marked by its inability to resolve central tensions between many of the key audiences.
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