1860 Republican Party


The Run For President
The Run for President . In 1860, Abraham Lincoln was the least known of all of the contenders for the Republican Party's nomination for president. To overcome his disadvantage, Lincoln adopted an unobtrusive publicity campaign. The nomination and the subsequent campaign were left largely to trusted handlers, but even after his election was secure, Lincoln maintained a dogged silence on national issues prior to his inauguration. www.loc.gov
Party Conventions' Aura Of Unity
Party conventions' aura of unity . Simon says even by 1860, conventions were about creating appealing images for the American people. www.politico.com
The Run For President
The Run for President . In 1860, Abraham Lincoln was the least known of all of the contenders for the Republican Party's nomination for president. To overcome his disadvantage, Lincoln adopted an unobtrusive publicity campaign. The nomination and the subsequent campaign were left largely to trusted handlers, but even after his election was secure, Lincoln maintained a dogged silence on national issues prior to his inauguration. www.loc.gov
Out Of The Box
Out of the Box . www.virginiamemory.com
Rise Of The Republican Party In The 1850s Brings Victory In 1860
Rise of the Republican Party in the 1850s Brings Victory in 1860 . worldhistory.us
Party Platforms Reflect Ideological Battles, Says Political
Party platforms reflect ideological battles, says political scientist Engel . Changes in party platforms over time can reflect the winners and losers among the party factions. www.bates.edu

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