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The Prospect Of Success

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The Radical leaders pretend to be very anguine of success in 1872, but tlie facts aro against them. In the first place, the copie have lost all oonfldenoe in the aduiuistration and the Radical mode of nanaging affajrs. And in the second ilace, there is no unity of fceling aiuong he Radical leaders or the Radical masses. o party can go into a contost with any ïope of success when the greatcr p:irt of ts energies are being oxhausted between ts lictions in fighting each other. In New York, in Pennsylvania, in Ohio, and D nearly every other State the party is livided into diques and rings, and these are engaged in bitter strife with eoofa other tbr the control of the party and its latronage. It has no candidato for the ?rosideney who can secure the the united and cheerful support of these factions. Grant cannot do it, and he is the most available candidato it has. The party is not held togutherby a support of any permanent principies. It acts wholly with a view to sceuring plunder. It is not a unit on the tariff question - it is not united on its Congrossional policy, nor is it at all harmonious in regard to the powers of the general government over those of tho States. The emergencies growing out of tho war have kept it together in the past, but these, having passed ftway, are unavailable in the future. It iimst p-o into the battle of 1872 with a divideil


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Michigan Argus