By HENRY F. WOODS
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Greeley's campaign was waged on the issue of the necessity for reform in the national administration, which under Grant had been marked by grave scandals, and the cry "Turn the rascals out" was adopted as a party slogan. The phrase was originated by Charles A. Dana, editor of the New York Sun, who had broken with Grant in 1869 and thereafter attacked his administration with exceptional bitterness. Although Dana's antagonism to Grant continued unabated, his support of Greeley's can- didacy was not remarkable for any great fervor or force, and Greeley was defeated by Grant.
The first national nominating committee, meeting in Philadelphia on June 17, 1856, named him to run against James Buchanan, the candidate of the Democrats. Fremont was a picturesque figure who had gained prominence because of notable expeditions in Oregon and California in the period between 1842 and 1848, and was a rabid opponent of slavery. The nominating committee adopted a platform which called upon the Congress to legislate for the abolition of the "twin relics of barbarism," slavery and polygamy.
American Sayings 1949 by HENRY F. WOODS