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The political mill - putting them into the hopper / A.B.F.

The political mill - putting them into the hopper / A.B.F.

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Political cartoon shows Republican National Chairman Edwin D. Morgan putting favored candidate James G. Blaine, the winning candidate Rutherford B. Hayes, and Oliver P. Morton, Roscoe Conkling, Benjamin H. Bristow, and Elihu Washburne into a meat grinder labelled "Cincinnati Convention" and asking: "Who'll come out first?" This cartoon was published a month before the Republican convention of July 14-16, 1876.

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01/01/1876
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Frost, A. B. (Arthur Burdett), 1851-1928, artist
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