Mr. Calhoun’s speech on the loan bill : delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States, February, 1814.

John C. Calhoun. 1814.

Image of  	Mr. Calhoun’s speech on the loan bill : delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States, February, 1814.

In this speech during the War of 1812 Calhoun defended the war effort against those who thought the war “unjust or inexpedient” by arguing that the British practice of impressment threatened the life and liberty of American citizens.

Image of  	Mr. Calhoun’s speech on the loan bill : delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States, February, 1814.

In this speech during the War of 1812 Calhoun defended the war effort against those who thought the war “unjust or inexpedient” by arguing that the British practice of impressment threatened the life and liberty of American citizens.

Image of  	Mr. Calhoun’s speech on the loan bill : delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States, February, 1814.

In this speech during the War of 1812 Calhoun defended the war effort against those who thought the war “unjust or inexpedient” by arguing that the British practice of impressment threatened the life and liberty of American citizens.

Metadata Details
Item Type Pamphlet
Title Mr. Calhoun’s speech on the loan bill : delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States, February, 1814.
Creator John C. Calhoun
Publication Date 1814
Call Number F 83 .657 v. 11
Location General Collections