His double-dealing caucus bargain had thus placed him between two firesparty disgrace at Washington and popular disgrace in Illinois.
The simplest is that of caucus nominations.
Such, we may reasonably infer, was the substance of the discussion and argument which ran through the caucus-rooms of the delegates, day and night, during the 16th and 17th of May.
His friends would not vote for Jackson on any account, nor for Crawford, the caucus candidate.
The party rejected this caucus platform.
In the Senate of the United States, Jefferson Davis was pressing to a vote his caucus resolutions, submitted in February, to serve as a model for the Charleston platform; and this brought on a final discussion between himself and Douglas.
Douglas retorted, and again attacked the caucus dictation.