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The book that I read was entitled Daniel Webster and the Rise of the National Conservation It was written by Richard N Current and was published in the year of 1992 Daniel Webster was brought into this world on the 18th day of January in the year 1782 in the valley of the Merrimack near the middle of New Hampshire He was son of a farmer and never really lacked attention while he was growing up Webster demonstrated startling powers of assimilation and retention even as a child He received the best of his early education from newspapers his mothers bible political gossip throughout the town and listening to his fathers fascinating tales of great men and their battles Webster graduated from Dartmouth college in 1801 and shortly after in 1807 he opened a legal practice in Portsmouth New Hampshire after a legal apprenticeship Daniel was a leading lawyer a wonderful orator a father husband and statesmen In 1812 he was elected to the United States House of Representatives due to his opposition to the war of 1812 In the year of 1816 Webster left the congress and moved to Boston with his wife and two children to the growing New England metropolis Soon after his move he was earning about 20000 dollars a year yet still borrowing large sums of money from his friends During this period of Websters life he won many major constitutional cases In 1820 Webster believed that protective tarrifs would multiply the dangerous proletariat and he was strongly opposed to them A few years later in 1823 Webster returned to congress from Boston and in 1824 he met the irrepressible tarrif advocates again and battled with their greatest successor Henry Clay In 1827 Webster was elected senator from Massachusetts The six years ahead of him were going to stand out about all of his honors in the never-ending tourney of political debate Unfortunately the mother
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