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Article: Crédit Mobilier of America scandal
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In 1872, the House of Representatives submitted the names of nine politicians to the Senate for investigation: Senators [[William B. Allison]] (R-IA), [[James A. Bayard, Jr.]] (D-DE), [[George S. Boutwell]] (R-MA), [[Roscoe Conkling]] (R-NY), [[James Harlan (senator)|James Harlan]] (R-IA), [[John A. Logan|John Logan]] (R-IL), [[James W. Patterson]] (R-NH), and [[Henry Wilson]] (R-MA); and Vice President [[Schuyler Colfax]] (R-IN). Bayard wrote a letter disavowing any knowledge of the affair, and his name was generally dropped from the investigation.<ref name="credit">{{cite web | url=http://www.senate.gov/artandhistory/history/common/expulsion_cases/064JamesPatterson_expulsion.htm | title=The Expulsion Case of James W. Patterson of New Hampshire (1873) (Crédit Mobilier Scandal) | publisher=U.S. Senate Historical Office | accessdate=September 30, 2013}}</ref>
 
In 1872, the House of Representatives submitted the names of nine politicians to the Senate for investigation: Senators [[William B. Allison]] (R-IA), [[James A. Bayard, Jr.]] (D-DE), [[George S. Boutwell]] (R-MA), [[Roscoe Conkling]] (R-NY), [[James Harlan (senator)|James Harlan]] (R-IA), [[John A. Logan|John Logan]] (R-IL), [[James W. Patterson]] (R-NH), and [[Henry Wilson]] (R-MA); and Vice President [[Schuyler Colfax]] (R-IN). Bayard wrote a letter disavowing any knowledge of the affair, and his name was generally dropped from the investigation.<ref name="credit">{{cite web | url=http://www.senate.gov/artandhistory/history/common/expulsion_cases/064JamesPatterson_expulsion.htm | title=The Expulsion Case of James W. Patterson of New Hampshire (1873) (Crédit Mobilier Scandal) | publisher=U.S. Senate Historical Office | accessdate=September 30, 2013}}</ref>
   
Ultimately, Congress investigated 13 of its members in a probe that led to the censure of Ames and [[James Brooks (Whig)|James Brooks]], a Democrat from New York. A Department of Justice investigation was also made, with [[Aaron F. Perry]] serving as chief counsel. During the investigation, the government found that the company had given shares to more than thirty representatives of both parties, including [[James Garfield|James A. Garfield]], Colfax, Patterson, and Wilson.
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Ultimately, Congress investigated 13 of its members in a probe that led to the censure of Ames and [[James Brooks (Whig)|James Brooks]], a Democrat from New York. A Department of Justice investigation was also made, with [[Aaron F. Perry]] serving as chief counsel. During the investigation, the government found that the company had given shares to more than thirty representatives of both parties, including [[James Garfield|James A. Garfield]], Colfax, Patterson, and Wilson. Hi my name is Omar (:
   
 
Garfield denied the charges and succeeded in gaining election as President in 1880, so the scandal did not have much effect on him. The [[Republican Party (United States)|Republicans]] replaced Colfax on the ticket, who was being renominated for [[Vice President of the United States|Vice President]]. But they named Henry Wilson as the new candidate, who had also been implicated in the scandals.
 
Garfield denied the charges and succeeded in gaining election as President in 1880, so the scandal did not have much effect on him. The [[Republican Party (United States)|Republicans]] replaced Colfax on the ticket, who was being renominated for [[Vice President of the United States|Vice President]]. But they named Henry Wilson as the new candidate, who had also been implicated in the scandals.
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Date: Wednesday, the 19th of August 2015 at 01:16:14 AM
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