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March 1, 1875 Congress passes the Civil Rights Act of 1875
May 17, 1875 John C. Breckinridge dies, Lexington, Kentucky
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December 9, 1875 Secretary of the Treasury Benhamin H. Bristow breaks the Whiskey Ring. Businessmen and IRS officials used whiskey tax in Grant's reelection campaign.
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