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Third Party System - Postwar
... War issues resonated for a quarter century, as Republicans waved the "bloody shirt" (of dead union soldiers), and Democrats warned against Black supremacy in the South and ... The modernizing Republicans who had founded the party in 1854 looked askance at the undisguised corruption of Ulysses S ... The dissenters formed a "Liberal Republican" Party in 1872, only to have it smashed by Grant's reelection ...
Prison Ship Martyrs' Monument - Political Resolve
... to commemorate the dead only took off when political differences between Federalists and Republicans deepened in the last years of the eighteenth century ... (headed by Benjamin Romaine) was created and grew into a Republican organization ... On February 10, 1803 Republican Congressman Samuel L ...
Beyond Equality: Labor And The Radical Republicans, 1862-1872
... Beyond Equality Labor and the Radical Republicans, 1862-1872 is a non-fiction book written by historian David Montgomery concerning organized labor during and after the United States Civil War until the ...
Republicans Abroad
... Republicans Abroad is an organization for members of the Republican Party who are living outside of the United States ... Republicans Abroad is not considered a "state committee" by the Republican National Committee and does not send delegates to the Republican National ... Young Republicans is represented by Young Republicans Abroad and Teenage Republicans is represented by Teenage Republican Ambassadors ...
Massachusetts Gubernatorial Election, 2002 - Republicans - Lieutenant Governor - Primary Results
... Massachusetts Republican lieutenant gubernatorial primary, 2002 Party Candidate Votes % ±% Republican Kerry Healey 159,667 62.76 Republican Jim Rappaport 88,061 34.62 Write-in All ...

Famous quotes containing the word republicans:

    For America is a land of Commies and Prohibitionists but Anne does not see it. Anne is locked in. The Trotskyites don’t see her. The Republicans have never tweaked her chin for she is not there.
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)

    Yesterday the Electoral Commission decided not to go behind the papers filed with the Vice-President in the case of Florida.... I read the arguments in the Congressional Record and can’t see how lawyers can differ on the question. But the decision is by a strictly party vote—eight Republicans against seven Democrats! It shows the strength of party ties.
    Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)

    The Republicans have a “me too” candidate running on a “yes but” platform, advised by a “has been” staff.
    Adlai Stevenson (1900–1965)