How a British subject became president of the United States 1 edition
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How a British subject became president of the United States.
By A. P. Hinman.
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A. P. Hinman was a lawyer hired by the Democratic party to investigate Republican vice-presidential candidate, Chester A. Arthur. Hinman traveled to Vermont (the accepted place of Arthur's birth) and to Canada. The instant work is a collection of correspondence and affidavits collected by Hinman in support of his theory that Arthur was born in Canada, and ineligible for presidential office.
The Constitution of the United States requires that both the President and the Vice-President should be native born.
An attempt to prove that Chester A. Arthur was born in Canada.
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