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Three Sectional Leaders

Summary: This essay is about John C. Calhoun, Daniel Webster, and Henry Clay.
During the construction of the United State's government, three curious and ambitious men became the stars of a Broadway show. John C. Calhoun, Daniel Webster, and Henry Clay played vital and key roles in Congress for many years. Although each skillful man had some disparities between viewpoints of the country, they managed a way to control a different part of the United States. They each molded the country's shape to a more stronger and powerful nation.

John C. Calhoun, an American leader, was the representative for the South. Born on 1782 in South Carolina, Calhoun's youth life mainly took place on the frontier. Later throughout his life, he attended and was educated at Yale College in Connecticut. Calhoun's aggressive and immense energy earned him the nickname "Young Hercules." Also, his great oratorical abilities sometimes made people uncomfortable in his presence. John Calhoun was a great supporter of the War...

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