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Both parties recognize the Democrats' scam
Topic - Chester A. Arthur
Robert Todd Lincoln was the oldest of President Abraham Lincoln's four sons and the only one to live to maturity. In contrast to his self-educated father, he graduated from Phillips Exeter Academy and then Harvard. After the Civil War, he became one of the most prominent lawyers in Chicago, and by virtue of his name became a factor in Republican politics.
President Chester A. Arthur warned Arizona that he would place it under martial law unless it showed more respect for law and order.