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A. B. Plot
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  1. refers to the political enmity in 1823-1824 between Senator Ninian Edwards of Illinois and William H. Crawford, Secretary of the Treasury

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  2. a term from United States history

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  3. Crawford had employed the unstable western banks to collect public land revenues in fluctuating banknote currencies

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  4. This policy, though justifiable, resulted in losses to the government, while he undoubtedly used his banking connections to advance his political influence

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  5. In 1823 the Washington Republican newspaper, a John C. Calhoun organ, published a series of articles signed A. B. which attacked Crawford for malfeasance in his relations with certain banks, and accused him of suppressing letters on the subject for w

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  6. These articles were written by Edwards

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