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As long as the United States endures as a republican government established in the late 18th century, all Americans are living the legacy of that creative moment and therefore cannot escape its grand and tragic implications. Which branch of government has the job of securing the United States against foreign threats according to the Constitution? Rainey from his speech made on March 5, 1872 in reply to an attack upon the colored state legislators of South Carolina by Representative Cox of New York; etc.  Smalley, Brief History of the Republican Party, pp. 49-50; see also The Handbook of Texas online, Ku Klux Klan (at http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbok/online/articles/view/KK/vek2.html ).  Hughes, Meltzer, and Lincoln, Pictorial History (1983), p. 199; see also The Impeachment of Andrew Johnson online, The New Orleans Massacre (at http://www.impeach-andrewjohnson.com/06FirstImpeachmentDiscussion s/iiib-8a.htm); and Harpers Weekly online, The Riot in New Orleans (at http://www.blackhistory.harpweek.com/7Illustrations/Reco nstruction/RiotInNewOrleans.htm).  Woodson, Negro Orators and Their Orations, p. 291, Sen.
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