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A new vote in Missouri

A. L. Ellis has suggested that new immigrants to Missouri are primarily Republican and could create some fall political surprises. Ellis discusses the difference in price and land value between Missouri, Iowa, and Illinois.
Emigration and immigration--Political aspects, Population--Political aspects, Missouri, Iowa, Illinois, Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- )
Theodore Roosevelt Center
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