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« on: October 14, 2020, 10:22:35 am »

ÿþBut the editors White Adidas Hat and their other correspondents insisted repeatedly that sexual sin was a sign of total moral decay. In the letters and editorials there is often on one hand scorn for a male seducer, and on the other, feminist anger that he might be getting away with a sin prohibited to women. But the manifest argument was always for defense of family and home, women's special care. Lucy spoke of a solemn Tear that was echoed throughout the nation the lamentable effect of Cleveland's example on America's young men. His candidacy "fills half the newspapers in the United States with apologies for a degrading vice apologies which every profligate man and fast youth will appropriate to his own justification." The worst rumors about Cleveland were unpublishable, even in the most sensational papers, but they spread by pamphlet and whisper: the "whores" in Albany, the "malignant" disease.

Twining had investigated the scandals, and conceded that when Cleveland was younger he was guilty of an illicit connection; but & there was no seduction, no adultery, no breach of promise, no obligation of marriage; but there was a culpable irregularity of life, living as he was, a bachelor, for which Adidas Golf Hat it was proper and is proper that he should suffer. After the primary offense, which is not to be palliated in the circle for which I write, his conduct was singularly honorable. There was a bad sound to this, whatever Cleveland's formal responsibilities; and though Twining went on to refute the spreading charges of "general libertinism and drunkenness," though he called Cleveland "a man of true Adidas Denim Hat and kind heart, frank and open" and assured Independent Republicans that Cleveland's error was not such as to "placate them toward Illaine," still he was not easy about the Halpin affair: "It is a fact in the history of their candidate which they cannot forget and which they will have to carry as a burden."

The Governor's best defenders were those hardheaded friends who simply conceded his past and argued that it was unimportant compared with Blaine's dishonesty in office. The Nation said frankly that his "sin" would disqualify him "if his opponent be free from this stain, and as good a man in all other ways." But the sins of Blaine, the magazine claimed, were intolerable in a statesman, while, in philandering, Cleveland had only followed in the footsteps of other Black Adidas Hat great and lusty politicians. A witty Mugwump summed up this philosophy: "We should elect Mr. Cleveland to the public office he is so admirably qualified to fill and remand Mr. Blaine to the private life he is so eminently fitted to adorn." But an irony developed here.

While no grounds were found for seriously accusing Cleveland of dishonesty, a strange story about Blaine's private life turned up, and was offered to Cleveland as campaign fodder. Though BIaine had himself been instrumental in spreading the Buffalo scandal, Cleveland had shunned retaliation on a personal level. To the surprise of his secretary, Daniel Lamont, and his friend William Hudson, the Governor asked to talk to the talebearer of the Blaine gossip. As Hudson told it, Cleveland took the man's documentary proofs, paid him "for his expenses, the time he & lost, and his good will in the matter," and sent him away. Next, Cleveland put the documents on his desk, and brought out others he had received earlier.

The snarling Republican civil war that followed was even more bitter than that between the two parties. Die-hard Republicans snubbed their Independent friends, and moved their church pews to avoid contact. Leading Mugwump journals had given fair warning: before the nominating convention the New York Times had said it would not support Blaine, and Harper's Weekly had strongly opposed him; but the acrimony heaped on them, and on other Republican papers that joined the attack, was angry and threatening. Harper's Weekly lost thousands of dollars in revenue, and its editor, George William Curtis, and Thomas Nast, its crusading cartoonist, were assailed in the die-hard press and dropped by personal friends.

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