Letter to Charles Sumner (Boston, 1864). http://oll.libertyfund.org/titles/2233,
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Spooner criticised Senator Sumner of Massachussetts for not being rigorous enough in his condemnation of the unconstitutionality of slavery. Like all politicians, according to Spooner, Sumner made too many compromises once he entered office.
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