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by Timothy S. Good

Author: Timothy S. Good
Subcategory: Americas
Language: English
Publisher: McFarland (January 27, 2009)
Pages: 192 pages
Category: History
Rating: 4.2
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This is a narrative of Abraham Lincoln's bid for the White House from 1858 through 1860. Lincoln seemed like a long shot from the beginning-a one term congressmen, he'd never served as a judge or governor or in any statewide office, and he had lost two campaigns for the .

A strong vein of populism can even create a whole party dedicated to bringing down a single perceived elite institution. Even while one of their main targets, Andrew Jackson, was trying to take down the elite bankers himself. Populism is the undercurrent here, not a change in technology.

Lincoln for President: An Underdog’s Path to the 1860 Republican Nomination. p. 137. ISBN 9780786453061.

Senator William H. Seward. Lincoln-Hamlin went on to defeat three other major tickets that year, including Democratic nominee Stephen A. Douglas, . Senator from Illinois. Note the second story gallery and curved ceiling structure to allow for better acoustics. Lincoln for President: An Underdog’s Path to the 1860 Republican Nomination.

President : An Underdog's Path to the 1860 Republican Nomination. How, then, did he overtake several seemingly better-qualified candidates to ultimately defeat William Seward for his young party's nomination?

Lincoln for President : An Underdog's Path to the 1860 Republican Nomination.

It was largely between Lincoln and his rival William Seward. Why did Lincoln run for president? Why is Donald Trump repeatedly compared to Abraham Lincoln? Was Abraham Lincoln a Republican? Related Questions. How did Abraham Lincoln win the election in 1860? If Abraham Lincoln were alive today, would he be a member of the modern Republican Party? Why did Abraham Lincoln and the Republicans win the election of 1860? Was Abraham Lincoln a Democrat or Republican?

Who organized the Lincoln Campaign? How was Abraham Lincoln sold to the public? . Gary Ecelbarger succeeds in crafting a well-written tome that captures Lincoln's effort to obtain the Republican nomination for the 1860 Presidential election

Who organized the Lincoln Campaign? How was Abraham Lincoln sold to the public? . Gary Ecelbarger succeeds in crafting a well-written tome that captures Lincoln's effort to obtain the Republican nomination for the 1860 Presidential election. Although just defeated by Stephen Douglass in the 1858 Senatorial contest, Lincoln quickly laid the groundwork for his presidential campaign that changed the nation. Mr. Ecelbarger writes in a smooth, descriptive manner that creates vivid images in the mind of the reader.

Organized chronologically, the book examines each of the seven debates .

Timothy S. Good is a National Park Service employee who lives in Arnold, Missouri. Lincoln for President: An Underdog's Path to the 1860 Republican Nomination. This is a narrative of Abraham Lincoln’s bid for the White House from 1858 through 1860.

Good, Timothy S. Good. National Republican Platform Adopted by the National Republican Convention Held on Chicago, May 17, 1860 (Chicago, Il. Republican National Convention, 1860). Lincoln for President: An Underdog’s Path to the 1860 Republican Nomination (MacFarland, 2009). Goodwin, Doris Kearns. Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln (Simon & Schuster, 2005), chs. 7-8. L2 G656t. Three Against Lincoln: Murat Halstead Reports the Caucuses of 1860 (Baton Rogue, Louisiana: Louisiana State Press, 1960). L2. 2. Herriott, Frank Irving.

This is a narrative of Abraham Lincoln's bid for the White House from 1858 through 1860. Lincoln seemed like a long shot from the beginning--a one term congressmen, he'd never served as a judge or governor or in any statewide office, and he had lost two campaigns for the U.S. Senate. How, then, did he overtake several seemingly better-qualified candidates to ultimately defeat William Seward for his young party's nomination? This work offers a day-by-day account that demonstrates how Lincoln's character, and his upholding of the Declaration of Independence's bold statement of human equality, helped him triumph. Those traits, it is argued, were far more important than any political machinations or backroom deals at the convention. This book is a sequel to The Lincoln-Douglas Debates and the Making of a President by the same author (McFarland, 2007).