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But there is no other resort. We must have T H E G OV E R N M E N T D E BT 688 • RECONSTRUCTION: NORTH AND SOUTH (CH. ” In 1868 congressional supporters of such a “soft-money” policy halted the retirement of greenbacks. There matters stood when Grant took office. The “sound,” or hard-money, advocates, mostly bankers and merchants, claimed that Grant’s election was a mandate to save the country from the Democrats’ “Ohio idea” of using greenbacks to repay government bonds. Quite influential in Republican circles, the sound-money advocates also had the benefit of agreeing with the deeply ingrained popular assumption that hard money was morally preferable to paper currency.
They waited on me as before, gave me breakfast, splendid dinners, etc. But they firmly and respectfully informed me: ‘We own this land now. ’ ” Union troops who fanned out across the defeated South to impose order were cursed and spat upon. A Virginia woman expressed a spirited defiance common among her circle of friends: “Every day, every hour, that I live increases my hatred and detestation, and loathing of that race. They [Yankees] disgrace our common humanity. ” Fervent southern nationalists, both men and women, implanted in their children a similar hatred of Yankees and a defiance of northern rule.
Most had been selected by local political meetings or by churches, fraternal societies, Union Leagues, or black army units from the North, although a few simply appointed themselves. The African-American delegates “ranged all colors and apparently all conditions,” but free mulattoes B L AC K S I N S O U T H E R N P O L I T I C S 682 • RECONSTRUCTION: NORTH AND SOUTH (CH. ” But former slaves had been registering to vote—and voting in large numbers—in state elections since 1867, as in this scene.
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