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Has the war ruined the country? The Copperheads assert that the war has ruined the Country; that we can never pay our debt; and that the war has proved a failure. Look at these diagrams, based on official records, and see if this is true ... Pub

Has the war ruined the country? The Copperheads assert that the war has ruined the Country; that we can never pay our debt; and that the war has proved a failure. Look at these diagrams, based on official records, and see if this is true ... Pub

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