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The Senate Reacts To Franklin Pierce's Veto
I am very anxious, Mr. President, to get up another question, in which I feel a great interest -- the Pacific railroad bill. . .For one, I shall not consent to have this acted upon until we have final action on the homestead bill....
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Title: The Senate Reacts To Franklin Pierce's Veto
Creator: n/a
Date: May 4, 1854
Format: Government Document
Publication: The Congressional Globe
Source: Library of Congress
Location: 33rd Congress, 1st Session, pp.1083-1089
Keywords: Advocacy; Asylums; Dorothea Dix; Economics; Franklin Pierce; Government; Government Agencies; Health & Medicine; Insanity; Institutions; Labor & Commerce; Laws & Regulation; Legislation; Moral Treatment; Policy; Politics; Psychiatric Disability; Public Health & Welfare; Public Welfare; Railroads; U.S. Congress; Washington, DC
Topics: Government, Policy & Law; Institutions, Organizations & Corporations; Social Movements & Advocacy