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The political effects of Douglas' bill were enormous. Passage of the bill irrevocably split the Whig Party, one of the two major political parties in the country at the time. Every northern Whig had opposed the bill; almost every southern Whig voted for it. With the emotional issue of slavery involved, there was no way a common ground could be found. Most of the southern Whigs soon were swept into the Democratic Party. Northern Whigs reorganized themselves with other non-slavery interests to become the REPUBLICAN PARTY, the party of Abraham Lincoln. This left the Democratic Party as the sole remaining institution that crossed sectional lines. Animosity between the North and South was again on the rise. The North felt that if the Compromise of 1820 was ignored, the Compromise of 1850 could be ignored as well. Violations of the hated Fugitive Slave Law increased. Trouble was indeed back with a vengeance. Suggest a Link Kansas-Nebraska Act Editorial — Agitation Check out this January 1854 editorial from the Hartford's Daily Courant. They believe that Douglas's Nebraska bill "opens anew the whole danger of agitation to the country." Report broken link Secessionst Era Editorials Project — Kansas-Nebraska Act From Furman University an outstanding compilation of about 40 newspaper editorials relating to the Kansas-Nebraska Act. Well-organized with a snippet from each editorial so that the reader can grasp the piece's point of view. Report broken link One Connecticut Senator that supported the Act was hung in effigy by his constituents, while they yelled, "Toucey the Traitor!" Learn More... Report broken link Franklin Pierce, President at the time the Kansas-Nebraska Bill was passed, has been called America's most-obscure and best-looking President. Learn More... Report broken link
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