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They supported it. It was only the Republicans who were against slavery. In addition, the Democrats created the Ku Klux Klan.

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How did the Democratic Party feel about the Kansas-Nebraska Act?

they did not allow slavery


Which political party supported slavery?

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Slavery.


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Over what issue did the Democratic Party break apart in 1860?

The Democratic Party broke apart in 1860 over the issue of slavery.


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What was the effect of Bleeding Kansas on the Democratic Party?

The effect of Bleeding Kansas on the Democratic party was that it divided the party in half. One half that wanted to expand slavery and the other group didn't.


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What political party was born out of the issue of slavery?

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