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Sometimes Providence, in ordering the affairs of the universe, puts a very small man in a very great place, where he is suddenly confronted with great opportunities, great responsibilities, and great events, events which he has neither the capacity to understand nor the ability to grapple with, and which by their very bigness make his own littleness the more conspicuous. Such a man was Franklin Pierce.

Daniel Wait Howe, The Political History of Secession 

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