The Republican platform in 1856 and in 1860 emphasized different issues. In 1856 they ran against polygamy and slavery. In 1860, they ran against the conspiracy of Slave Power. They were against the Mormons and the spread of slavery.
Asked in US Civil War, US Constitution
What issue led to the formation of the Republican Party?
The issue that lead to the formation of the republican party was mainly slavery. ...
Asked in Republican Party
When did Liberal Republican Party - United States - end?
Liberal Republican Party - United States - ended in 1876.
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When was Liberal Republican Party - United States - created?
Liberal Republican Party - United States - was created in 1870.
Asked in Republican Party, Century - 1800s
What was not a force of division of republican party in 1820?
There was no "Republican Party" in 1820; the Republican Party in the United States was founded in the 1840s on an anti-slavery policy. ...
Asked in Thomas Jefferson, James Madison
What president along with Thomas Jefferson started the Democratic-Republican party?
James Madison and Thomas Jefferson started the Democratic-Republican party (but they just called it the Republican party). They created the Republican party to oppose the Federalist party. The Republican party that they created was the second political party in the United States. ...
Asked in Slavery
What major political party was born out of the slavery issue?
The Republican party. Before the republican party existed the Whig party, which shortly withered away when slavery was first introduced, it could not stand against the Democratic Party. Thus giving birth to the Republican Party. ...
Asked in Slavery
What single-issue party worked to stop the spread of slavery?
the republican party (APEXVS.COM)
What is the definition of a Republican?
1: one that favors or supports a republican form of government 2: capitalized a: a member of a political party advocating republicanism b: a member of the Democratic-Republican party or of the Republican party of the United States. ...
The two main political parties in the United States?
The Democratic Party and the Republican Party.
What issue did the Republican Party rally around in 1854?
the spread of slavery in the west
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The Republican Party was formed because of what issue?
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In the federal government which party is in Opposition?
In the Federal Government of the United States, the opposition party is the Republican Party. ...
Asked in History, Politics & Society
What issue or issue divided the Republican party into three groups?
Taxes, society, immigration, and the economy were the issues that divided the party into three groups. Those three have divided and created a lot of commotions for the Republican party. This thus created divisiveness inside the party and thus for the country as a whole. ...
What political party was Lincoln a member of when he ran for president of the united states?
Lincoln was a member of the Republican Party of 1854, but is was a VERY different Republican Party than we have today. ...
Rise of the republican party?
The Republican Party is a political party in Guam affiliated with the United States Republican Party. At the gubernatorial elections of the fifth of November 2002, its candidate Felix Camacho won 55.2% of popular vote and became governor. ... ...
What were the first two political parties in the united staes?
The Federalist party and the Democratic-Republican party.
Asked in Politics and Government
How was the Republican Party created?
The Republican party was formed by a group of former anti-slavery Whigs, who had found their party to be incapable of dealing with the issue of slavery. The party was formed to stop the spread of slavery into the west. On March 20, 1854, the party was officially formed. ...