Constitutional Minutes; Carl Schurz; 112
Watertown was home for many years to a political figure and restricted by a single career or by state boundaries. Carl shirts was truly a citizen of the United States. He arrived in Watertown in 1854 and joined the newly formed Republican Party. He stumped for Abraham Lincoln who praised church as one of America's greatest orators. Lincoln then appointed him ambassador to Spain should serve as a general in the Union Army. He followed a distinguished career in journalism Missouri elected him senator and he served in the Cabinet of President Rutherford B Hayes. Although Schwartz was a respected statesman and politician won office eluded him the presidency of the United States. The US Constitution requires a natural born citizen for president one in Germany shirts was in eligible to serve his adopted country as its leader. I'm Charles J Roman with a constitutional minute.
- Constitutional Minutes
- Carl Schurz
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