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Analyze the social, political, and/or economic forces (pick 2) of the 1840s and early 1850s that led to the emergence of the Republican Party. I have an economic force, but what can i say about a political force? i cannot use events as the "force" according to my teacher? so what are political forces??
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anonymous
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anonymous
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Obviously, the kansas-nebraska act was an immediate cause to the emergence of the republican party. but i cannot use an event as the 'political force' ?
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anonymous
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The president maybe? i'm not sure
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anonymous
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Slavery? Does that count as an event or a force?
anonymous
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how is slavery political?
anonymous
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i know that free labor would work to argue for the economic force. so im think the force is an idea?
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Whigs faded out because the country was extremely divided on the issue of the anti-slave expansion
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Does it count?

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