The Origins of the Republican Party 1852-1856



During The 1850s, The Jacksonian Party System Broke Down In The North And A New Sectional Party, The Republicans, Succeeded The Whigs In The Nation S Two Party System Using Demographic, Voting, And Other Statistical Analysis, As Well As The Traditional Methods And Sources Of Political History, William Gienapp Demonstrates That The Organization Of The Republican Party Was A Difficult, Complex, And Lengthy Process, And Explains Why, After An Inauspicious Beginning, It Ultimately Became A Potent Political ForceThe Origins of the Republican Party 1852-1856

An American historian specializing in the Civil War era, William Gienapp was professor of history at Harvard University He earned both a BA and a Ph.D at the University of California, Berkeley and an MA from Yale University In 1988 he received the Avery O Craven Award for his book The Origins of the Republican Party, 1852 1856 His essay, The Antebellum Era , appeared in the Encyclopedia of S

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  • Paperback
  • 582 pages
  • The Origins of the Republican Party 1852-1856
  • William E. Gienapp
  • English
  • 18 August 2017
  • 9780195055016

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