Chapter 3: Friends, footnote 2, page 93 Ch3 fn. 2 p. 93 Permalink: http://www.stanford.edu/group/spatialhistory/cgi-bin/railroaded/footnotes/section/chapter-3-friends/footnote-2 Tags: Discursive, Newspapers and Magazines, Histories and Biographies, Special Collections (Stanford University), Politics On constituency I differ from Margaret Thompson's impressive account of Gilded Age lobbying, and the friendship I describe is not the same as what she discusses. The Morrissey quotation is from Union Pacific Employes' Magazine, (September 1886), 1. The second quotation is from Mark Wahlgren Summers, Era of Good Stealings, (New York : Oxford University Press, 1993), 109. Conness to Gates, March 13, 1872, CPH Papers, ser. 1, r. 5. Franchot to CPH, Dec. 2, 1873, v. 6: 5, Box 22, Hopkins Correspondence. Margaret S. Thompson, The "Spider Web:" Congress and Lobbing in the Age of Grant (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1985), 137-39, 157. For political friendship, see Glenn C. Altschuler and Stuart Blumin, Rude Republic: Americans and Their Politics in the Nineteenth Century (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2000), 117-118.