Which factor contributed most to the upset win of Truman in the 1948 election?
Truman's position on civil rights.
Harry Truman won the 1948 presidential election defeating Thomas Dewey.
The Great Upset was when Truman vs. Dewey for presidency. Everyone thought Dewey was going to win and at the end Truman won.
Thomas E. Dewey
Thomas E. Dewey of New York was the Republican who lost to Truman in 1948. Truman also beat Strom Thurmond, Dixiecrat, of SC and Henry Wallace, Progressive, of Iowa .
The presidential election of 1948 is considered to be the greatest election upset in the history of the United States. Opposite as to what had been commonly predicted, Democrat Harry Truman defeated Republican Thomas Dewey.
With regards to US history in presidential elections, many people believe that the election of Harry S. Truman in 1948 was a remarkable upset. Even newspapers had already printed that Truman had lost to the Republican candidate, the governor of New York, Thomas Dewey. Dewey was heavily favored and being from New York was a big plus for him. Nevertheless Dewey lost, giving Truman a huge upset victory.Moving on to the 21st century, the upset… Read More
The United States presidential election of 1948 was the greatest election upset in American history. Virtually every prediction (with or without public opinion polls) indicated that incumbent President Harry S. Truman would be defeated by Republican Thomas E. Dewey. However, Truman won the national election, receiving 303 electoral votes of which 266 were required to solidify the presidency.
Truman was not expected to win Truman's own party split over his candidacy Democrats had put up two candidates against him
President Harry Truman's upset victory over the heavily favored Republican contender Thomas E. Dewey. Truman went to bed trailing Dewey in the election returns, but awoke the next day to discover he had been elected to a full, four-year term of his own. He later posed for photos while holding up a copy of the Chicago Tribune with the erroneous front-page headline "Dewey Defeats Truman."
Because he was upset they did not share their ice-cream!
They were upset because he was against slavery which was the south's mean of economy. They relayed on slavery to work on the plantation.
because they thought that he was going to keep slavery
The south thought they will lose slavery.
They were upset about Truman supporting civil rights so they became Dixiecrats.
southern democrats were upset he supported civil rights
Dewey. A famous image of the upset can be seen below.
they hated abramn Lincoln
Raise taxes on slavery
Truman was upset by the fact returning black soldiers were beaten and treated badly plus the Soviet Union was trying to become the champion of equality and the US had to show that democracy could be equal.
Some of the people of the South were upset with the election of Abraham Lincoln. They thought that Abraham Lincoln in the White House would mean the end to their well being as plantation owners.
I think he was fine with it because he saw it coming.
Kay Hagan ran against the incumbent Senator Elizabeth Dole and managed a major upset in that election.
The south wanted slavery and was against abolishing it while Abraham was an abolitionist and they knew he was against slavery
Jealousy is a big role factor, it can mess it all up. Its where you get angry or upset when your bf/gf talk to most likely the other gender. It makes you really upset an usually say things you shouldn't
Truman is recent enough that people who are still alive today remember him. Truman was a colorful, uninhibited person. He was not well-known when he suddenly became president and few thought he had a chance to be elected in 1948, but he showed them. He became a hero to those who felt disadvantaged or did not have a change to get much education. There are a lot a interesting Truman stories. His biographies are fun… Read More
He ran in Calgary in 1988 as Steve Harper and lost the election by a landslide. He was elected in the Reform Party's right-wing splitting upset over the PC's in 1993. In 2004 in his first election as leader of the Conservative party he lost with his party only receiving 4 million out of 13.5 million votes.
Examples are: continually touching or violating your body sending dirty messages that upset the victim Wrong. The victim being upset is NEVER a factor. Courts insist that the conduct must be bad enough to offend a REASONABLE PERSON.
upset: "I was upset." "He was upset." "He and I were both upset." "I upset him." ect
First time she didn't rap and Simon Cowell called it the performance of the season.
I believe he was a Hyper-Calvinist. My opinion. He took Election and predestination way too far. John Calvin would have been upset with him had he still been living.
The adjective of "upset" is "upset." The word "upset" can be a noun, a verb or an adjective. In the sentence "She's really upset," upset is an adjective.
The victim being upset is NEVER a factor. Courts insist that the conduct must be bad enough to offend a REASONABLE PERSON.
There were many factors which contributed to the Americans becoming discontent with the British. The British began increasing taxes in response to the smuggling operations in the colonies. Colonists also took issue with the King enforcing the colonists to quarter British soldiers.
His election means different things to different people. To his political opponents who lost the election, it means they are still upset and are hoping they can defeat him in the next election. To those who voted for him, it means the person they wanted to win is now in the White House. And to those of us who have been around for a while, the election of President Obama was an amazing thing to… Read More
* untie * unfasten * unhook * undergo * underline * understand * utilize * undo * unify * unfurl * unite * unlace * unload * unscrew * unseat * unveil * upgrade * unwind * usurp (to take and hold unfairly or by fource) * urinate * utter * urge (as in I urge you to vote on election day.) * upset (Don't upset her, she doesn't feel well.)
The comparative of upset is more upset; the superlative is most upset.
I had an upset stomach. He upset me greatly.
The past tense form of 'upset' is upset. There is no upsut or upsat. Its literally just 'upset'.
The word "upset" isn't a verb. You can be upset, but the verb would be "be." Therefore, "upset" can't have a tense.
To name a few: General mistrust. Stalin was upset that the Americans never informed him about the atomic bomb. Difference in political ideologies.
That is the correct spelling of "upset" (disturbed, or to disturb or spoil, e.g. upset his plans).
No, this is a myth, spread by partisan Republican websites that were very upset that the president won, since they fully expected him to lose. But while President Obama's re-election caught a number of Republican pundits (and by all accounts, Mitt Romney himself) by surprise, there is no credible evidence that Mr. Obama stole the election. It should also be noted that when George W. Bush won in 2004, Democratic partisans were equally stunned and… Read More
the farmers were upset
It depends on when this was in myth that she was upset.
In an upset election, Republican Party candidate Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election defeated favorite Democratic Party candidate Hillary Clinton. In the 2016 presidential election Donald Trump received 304 (56.5%) electoral votes and Hillary Clinton received 227 (42.2%) electoral votes. Due to faithless voting, others receiving electoral votes were Colin Powell 3, Bernie Sanders 1, Ron Paul 1, John Kasich 1, and Faith Spotted Eagle 1. The popular vote totals were Clinton 65,794,399 and… Read More
Not quite. If someone slaps you, you can be upset and angry, but, you can also be upset that your elderly grandmother died, without being angry. Angry means feeling or showing anger or strong resentment. Upset means to disturb mentally or emotionally. Such as: The incident upset her. When you are angry, you're definitely upset, but it's not always the other way around. Upset basically means emotionally hurt. Angry means that you're upset at someone… Read More
What do you mean upset?
The base verb, the past and the past participle are all the same -- upset He upset the girls yesterday.
he did not care enough about ghettos for them to upset him.