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The United States presidential election of 1860 was the ninetee...

wikipedia - 11 Nov 2016
The United States presidential election of 1860 was the nineteenth quadrennial presidential election to select the President and Vice President of the United States. The election was held on Tuesday, November 6, 1860, and served as the immediate impetus for the outbreak of the American Civil War.
united states presidential election, 1860

Are We Living in the Gilded Age 2.0 ?

History - 16 Jun 2018
“If the United States, like the countries of the Old World, are also to grow vast crops of poor, desperate, dissatisfied, nomadic, miserably-waged populations…then our republican experiment, notwithstanding all its surface-successes, is at heart an ...
united states presidential election, 1860

Covering Antietam

First Things - 05 Jun 2018
McClellan, a railroad executive before the war, had supported Stephen Douglas, the Democratic candidate in the 1860 Presidential election. McClellan himself ...
united states presidential election, 1860

The Supreme Court could look at a Trump self-pardon.

Slate Magazine - 08 Jun 2018
The specific question in the Reconstruction-era case was whether requiring a loyalty oath disclaiming past treasonous conduct as a condition for practicing law in federal court was inconsistent with the relief provided by a presidential pardon for that ...
united states presidential election, 1860

Clarksville Civil War Roundtable's next meeting is June 20th, 2018

Clarksville Online - 17 Jun 2018
He is currently working on a book project that explores the 1860 Presidential election as a grassroots phenomenon from the perspective of four distinct American communities. At Maryville College, Dr. Astor teaches a variety of courses on United States ...
united states presidential election, 1860

Trump's tariffs: What they are and how they would work

Chicago Tribune - 02 Jun 2018
The president took to Twitter on Saturday to defend his aggressive trade policies. "The United States must, at long last, be treated fairly on Trade," Trump tweeted. "If we charge a country ZERO to sell their goods, and they charge us 25, 50 or even ...
united states presidential election, 1860

What exactly are Trump's tariffs, and how would they work?

CBS News - 02 Jun 2018
Mr. Trump enraged U.S. allies Canada, Mexico and the European Union last week by slapping tariffs on their steel and aluminum shipments to the United States; most other countries have been paying the tariffs since March. Canadian Prime ...
united states presidential election, 1860

Trumperial Presidency

Foreign Policy Journal (blog) - 04 Jun 2018
A January 29th letter from the U.S. president's lawyer Marc Kasowitz claims that the president cannot possibly obstruct justice, can refuse a subpoena to testify, and cannot be indicted while president. ...
united states presidential election, 1860

Almanac - Friday June 8, 2018

KALW - 08 Jun 2018
151 days until mid-term elections on Tuesday November 06, 2018. 879 days until presidential elections on Tuesday November 03, 2020. The sun will rise ...
united states presidential election, 1860

Pacifist disagreed with president's decision

Norfolk Daily News - 08 Jun 2018
WAYNE — When President Woodrow Wilson asked Congress to declare war on Germany in 1917, William Jennings Bryan knew it meant he had to resign as Wilson's secretary of state. The lifelong pacifist ...
united states presidential election, 1860

The Coming Second American Civil War?

PJ Media - 27 May 2018
The more relevant question after Charlottesville—and other deadly episodes in Ferguson, Charleston, Dallas, St. Paul, Baltimore, Baton Rouge, and Alexandria—is where the United States is headed. ...
united states presidential election, 1860

50 Florida Faves: Where to Go, Where to Stay, Where to Shop

Palm Beach Post - 10 Jun 2018
Notable fact: Pennekamp, the first undersea park in the U.S., was named for John D. Pennekamp (1897-1978), a Miami newspaper editor whose efforts contributed to the establishments of Everglades National Park and to the preservation of what would become ...
united states presidential election, 1860

When the South Was the Most Progressive Region in America

The Atlantic - 17 Jan 2018
Fearful that Abraham Lincoln's presidential election threatened slavery, white South Carolinians in late 1860 had gathered just a few blocks from the Charleston Club House to secede from the United States, sparking four bloody years of civil war.

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