Talk:Ulysses S. Grant
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- Let them hope for perpetual peace and harmony with that enemy, whose manhood, however mistaken the cause, drew forth such herculean deeds of valor.
- Mr. President, so long as these men remain at home and observe the terms of their parole you never can do so. The Army of the United States stands between these men and you.
- To President Andrew Johnson.
- The trouble is now made by men who did not go into the war at all, or who did not get mad 'till the war was over.