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“If an elective republic is to endure for any great length of time, every elector must have sufficient information . . . to direct wisely the legislature, the ambassadors, and the executive of the nation. . . . [I]t is the duty of the government to see that the means of information be diffused to every citizen.” —Thaddeus Stevens, April 1835 Read the following passage in which Thaddeus Stevens speaks to the Pennsylvania state legislature. What was Stevens asking for?

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