Whigs

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Second Party System - Democratic Strategies - Whig Weaknesses
... a coalition of Northern National Republicans and Southern Nullifiers, Whigs in each of the two regions held opposing views on slavery ... Therefore, the Whig party was only able to conduct successful campaigns as long as the slavery issue was ignored ... of slavery dominated the political landscape, and the Whigs, unable to agree on an approach to the issue, began to disintegrate ...
List Of United Kingdom Whig And Allied Party Leaders (1801–1859) - The End of The Age of Factions
... Although individuals and families regarded themselves as belonging to a Whig or Tory tradition, actual political allegiance tended to be to family connections and to ... bonds by about 1760, contained members from both Whig and Tory traditions ... most politicians realigned themselves into fairly cohesive Whig and Tory parties ...
Second Party System - Modernizing Whigs
... a new anti-Jackson force they called themselves Whigs ... Just as the Whigs of 1776 were patriots who battled the tyranny of King George III, so too the new party saw itself battling "King Andrew" ... political party, the Anti-Masons, which soon combined with the Whigs ...
Constitution Of Indiana - Constitution of 1851 - Constitutional Convention
... The delegation was split with 95 Democrats and 55 Whigs ... Whigs wanted all judicial and legislative office at all levels of government publicly elected, expansion of suffrage to all citizens over 21 including blacks, a ban on public debt, minimum funding ... The Democrats adopted their items after the Whigs, and included the same items ...
Whiggism
... The whigs' key policy positions were the supremacy of Parliament (as opposed to that of the king), toleration for Protestant dissenters, and opposition to a Catholic (especially a ... After 1760 the Whigs lost power, apart from sharing it in a few short-lived coalitions, but Whiggism fashioned itself into a generalized belief system that emphasized ... Whigs who opposed Walpole often called themselves "Old Whigs" and comprised part of the Country Party ...