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Whig Party

.... "By the time Fillmore had succeeded to the presidency, the disintegration of the party was already manifest; in 1848 several important Whigs joined the new Free ....

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Re-Emergence of a Two Party System

.... This led to many anti-Jackson feelings and started the roots of a new political party, which would come to be known as the Whigs. ....

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Disraeli and Gladstone

.... his way to leadership in the Conservative (Tory) Party, while Gladstone, beginning as a Conservative, later on became the leader of the Liberal Party (Whigs). ....

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sectionalism

.... One major party, Whigs, split into Northern and Southern wings and soon died out. The Democrats were seriously weakened in the North. ....

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The Age of Jackson and its Political Impact

.... As another biggest and the opposing party of Whigs, the Democratic Party was created after the election of 1824 when Jackson had lost the election and "the ....

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formation of Republican Party

.... views of this new party, which included politicians and voters who were previously given their allegiance to the northern Whigs, the Free Soil party, the free ....

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The Republican Party

.... At the time of the formation of the Republican Party, the government was basically a two party system consisting of the Democrats and the Whigs. ....

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US History

.... this political organization c.) Know Nothings-the American Party d.) Stephen Douglas-senator of Illinois e.) Republican Party-after the Whigs disappeared this ....

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Presidential Election of 1836

.... even competition in all parts of the country,¢ (4, 19.) The basis was now set for the second two-party system of the United States. Whigs realized they would ....

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The American Civil War

.... Until then, the Democrats had been the one remaining national party, since the Whigs had disintegrated and the Republican party was sectional. ....

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causes of the civil war

.... Until then, the Democrats had been the one remaining national party, since the Whigs had disintegrated and the Republican party was sectional. ....

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A Country Divided: The Path to the Civil War

.... The political conflict over the Kansas-Nebraska Act proved to be the demise of the second party system of Whigs and Democrats, but gave way to the new ....

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Daniel Webster

.... His own party, the Whigs pressured him to leave office and he fought in the beginning with the two people that turned out to be great friends of his (Clay and ....

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The Civil War and Failure to Compromise

.... The political party of the Whigs soon dissolved, and disappeared from Congress (Document E). Abraham Lincoln may have thought of this political party when he ....

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Daniel Webster

.... His own party, the Whigs pressured him to leave office and he fought in the beginning with the two people that turned out to be great friends of his (Clay and ....

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Daniel Webster

.... His own party, the Whigs pressured him to leave office and he fought in the beginning with the two people that turned out to be great friends of his (Clay and ....

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Andrew Jackson

.... hermit. The Democrats considered the opposing party, the National Republicans, later known as the Whigs, aristocrats. As McDuffie ....

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The complexities of the Abolition

.... It was composed of former Whigs, a smaller number of ex-Democrats, as well as members of other parties, including the Liberty Party. ....

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Which important sections of th

.... for the loss of power after one term when the Liberal Party had been .... The government was very much a 'mixed ministry' with Whigs, Radicals and Peelites however ....

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Jeffersonian vs. Jacksonian

.... The National Republicans were the followers of Adams and Clay; the Whigs, who emerged in 1834, were, above all else, the party dedicated to the defeat of ....

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THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR:

.... The Whig party didn't survive its internal dissensions between cotton Whigs and conscience Whigs, and disappears in front of the democrats' success. ....

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The Civil War

.... The Republican Party, not the Jeffersonian-Republicans, consisted of Northern Whigs, Free Soilers, and the anti-slavery Democrats. ....

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election of 1860

.... On May 9 another group of politicians, mostly former Whigs, held their own convention in Baltimore. The Constitutional Union Party nominated John Bell of ....

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Individualism

.... tended to retard, not facilitate his purposes (Kohl 22).¢ "The Democrat party of the .... social order (Kohl 63).¢ The thoughts and feelings of Whigs were more ....

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The Battles Before The Battle Between The States

.... Those three parties were "rebellious Democrats, Antislavery Whigs, and members of the Antislavery Liberty party." (p. 460) One of the main reasons that the Free ....

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Abraham Lincoln

.... The party quickly displaced the Whigs in the North, and became the main opposition to the Democrats, and in 1856, their first Presidential nominee, John C. ....

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Civil War Inevitability

.... This act split the Democratic Party as well as the Whig Party. The northern Whigs joined antislavery Democrats to form the Republican Party in July 1854. ....

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Honest Abe Abe Lincoln

.... In 1856, Lincoln switched from the Whig Party to the Republican Party because the Whigs were weak and could never unite against slavery. ....

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Discuss the role of ideas and ideology with reference to ar

.... one kind or another, where a group does not agree with the majority party line on .... this led to the establishment of one of the first liberal parties, the Whigs. ....

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War on Drugs

.... it to others." Did you know that just twelve years after winning the Presidency in 1848 with Zachary Taylor, The Whigs ceased to exist as a political party. ....

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