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What was the political party originating in the 1850s that opposed slavery?

The Republican party.


What was true about the Whig Free-Soil and Know-Nothing parties?

dissolved into the 1850s


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The most important political issue in the United States during the 1840s and 1850s is the issue of slavery. During these years leading up to the Civil War abolitionists begin petitioning the government on slavery issues.


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Was Abstract Expressionism America's first homegrown Modernist movement?

In Modernism, yes. Earlier there was for example Luminism, an American landscape painting style of the 1850s - 1870s.


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What event occurred in 1991 that changed the global landscape?

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Which new political party with a central antisslavery philosophy became popular in the north in the mid 1850s?

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It's a candidate nominated by the Whig Party, one of the major political parties in the U. S. from the 1830s to the 1850s.


How are a few ways pro and anti slavery groups changed the structure of political parties in 1850s?

you would have to look in your book for the answer sorry!!


Which political parties were losing popluarity during the 1850s?

hmm i think it was the free soilers party that wanted conquered land for Americans