- Horace,1811–72, U.S. journalist, editor, and political leader.
- a city in N Colorado.
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Lots of people did that, but Greeley wanted to be governor or lieutenant governor or congressman.What Lincoln Could Teach Fox News
November 6, 2014
Mike actually knew David from years before when they both lived in Greeley, Colorado.‘Kidnapped for Christ’ Review: Come Because You’re Gay, Stay For Jesus
Matthew Paul Turner
July 11, 2014
The reply to Greeley was, as noted, a trial balloon, whose purpose was to test the reaction of the public to these alternatives.Lincoln the Primitive Communicator? What He Can Teach Modern Politicians
Douglas L. Wilson
December 15, 2012
The Greeley recall later seemed minuscule compared to that of the Westland/Hallmark Meat Co.Still a Fast-Food Nation: Eric Schlosser Reflects on 10 Years Later
March 12, 2012
The God Clause and the Reinsurance IndustryBrendan Greeley, Businessweek The risk business can tell us a lot about catastrophes.The Week’s Best Reads
September 2, 2011
In those days the universal question was, "What does old Greeley have to say?"Commercialism and Journalism
Phillips, Greeley, and Garrison create and control your public opinion.Among the Pines
James R. Gilmore
Ah, many a sermon is uttered there By the bed of blossoms in Greeley square.
You know that oasis, fresh and fair In the city desert, as Greeley square?
The question was only of the size of the majority against Greeley.The Negro and the Nation
George S. Merriam
- Horace. 1811–72, US journalist and political leader: founder (1841) and editor of the New York Tribune, which championed the abolition of slavery
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