The election of 1856 saw a no significant third party

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48. The election of 1856 saw A. no significant third party in the field. B. the Whig Party make a strong comeback. C. the Democrats elect a young and forceful pro-slavery leader. D. former president Millard Fillmore in the running. E. the Republicans run against the idea of internal improvements. Answer: D Page: 307
49. The Supreme Court held in the case of Dred Scott v. Sandford (1857) Page: 308
50. James Buchanan Page: 308-309
51. The 1857 Lecompton (Kansas) constitution was Page: 309
52. Kansas entered the United States A. as a free state at the end of Buchanan’s administration. B. as a slave state during Lincoln’s administration. C. well after the Civil War ended. D. during the administration of Millard Fillmore. E. at the same time the former Confederate states rejoined the Union. Answer: A Page: 309
53. In the 1858 Abraham Lincoln–Stephen Douglas debates, Page: 309
54. During the 1858 Abraham Lincoln–Stephen Douglas debates, it became clear that Lincoln
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