From Lincoln to Playing Card How did the Republican Party change over 160 years?

As of 2016, the Republican Party is an American political party that gains a lot of support from the Caucasian population, and in the presidential election in 2016 he is a candidate for Mr. Donald Trump. Mr. Trump is said to have a tough posture immigration policy, but in reality the Republican Party was actually a liberal political party that initially opposed black slavery at the time of formation. However, with the trend of the times strengthening the conservative tendency to reach the present, the movie that understands the background clearly "How the Republican Party went from Lincoln to TrumpVox has released it.

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The Republican Party is very strongly supported by the Caucasians and is a political party that gained much support from the south, especially in the current American.

In the presidential election to be held in 2016, the Republican Party sets up a trump that is criticized in many ways from its intense character as a presidential candidate.

Although it was a Republican who now has a conservative attitude, originally appealed to abolish slavery, and in 1860 he sent Abraham Lincoln to the first republican president. How has the Republican Party changed from Mr. Lincoln to Mr. Trump?

In the United States of 1854 when the Republican Party was born there were two political parties, the Whig Party and the Democratic Party. At that time in America, attention was focused on whether to accept slavery in the newly established Kansas Territory and the Nebraska Territory.

The Democratic Party, which had shown support for slavery, gained endorsement from the southern part, where there are many slave owners, and the Whig Party, which was showing support against slavery, has gained support from the north, It seems that American politics seemed to be divided in the north and south. Many who supported the Whig party fearing the influence of slavery on politics and fearing that the white employment environment will be affected if the state where slavery is permitted is increased as it is.

Discussion as to whether to accept slavery in the new state has been continued for a long time but ultimately it will be decided by the people in the state whether to accept slaveryKansas / Nebraska ActIs established. The Whig Party who complained about the Kansas-Nebraska law was to be dissolved in 1854. And the Republican Party will be born in the same year inheriting the will of the dissolved Whig Party.

Absorbing the party members of the Whig party, the Republican Party will expand its support area by 1860 and become almost invincible in the north.

In 1861 Republicans sent Mr. Lincoln to the presidential candidate and won the victory, the first Republican president was born.

However, as President Lincoln was born, eleven states in the southern slave states withdrew from the United States and formed the United Allies.

The Civil War broke out between the United States of America and the United States of America in 1861. In the Civil War, Mr. Lincoln wins the United States and the abolition of slavery spreads throughout the United States.

The southern states that were defeated by the Civil War were placed under occupation, so that black people would be given the right to vote. Mr. Lincoln was assassinated in 1865 and a year later, a civil rights law was submitted to Congress to clarify that the former slave is an American citizen.

However, there seems to be a change in consciousness among Republican young members at this time. Due to special warfare of the Civil War, businessmen in the north suddenly became wealthy during the war, factions of some financial people and industrial people who became wealthy became to be able to spread within the Republican Party. But these people started to think that it is the purpose of maintaining power in the Republican Party and that it is not for themselves to do their best to abolish slavery.

Also, during the same period I was strongly opposed from the southern provinces that can not accept slavery abolition, and within the Republic, the voice that "Is it not enough to do a policy for black people" began to rise That's right.

As a result, Republicans gave up trying to intervene in the southern part, and supporters of the Democratic Party increased rapidly in the south.

The Republican Party of the 1920s which had been over 60 years since the establishment continued to take advantage of corporate incentives and brought an economic boom to the United States, but in 1929 the stocks plunged in Wall StreetThe Great DepressionWill begin.

Starting with the Great Depression, Franklin Roosevelt and the Democratic party members strengthened their power on behalf of the Republican Party led by President Hoover who did not embark on a private corporate bailout, and the role in the government has also changed. The Republican Party showed opposition to the attitude of the Democratic Party to prompt rapid countermeasures, and defined themselves as "to oppose a larger government." It seems that this is still a continuing Republican slogan.

From the 1950s to the 1960s, the southern part will again appear on the American political front stage. In the south it is said to completely eliminate black discriminationCivil rights movementOccur frequently and develop into a social problem.

Parliament's approval rating against the civil rights law is as follows and the Democratic Party has a support rate of 96% in the north and 7% in the south, the Republican Party was 84% ​​in the north and 0% in the south.

However, the civil rights law was enacted by Democratic Party Lyndon Johnson's campaign, so that the southern support will gather at the Democratic Party all at once. The Republicans who opposed the civil rights law did not get support from the black people.

On the other hand, whites in the south became popular with the Republican Party, and Republicans, once representing power in the north, will be supported in the South.

Republican Ronald Reagan won the presidential election in 1980, which pledged to promote economic revitalization by "power peace" to repel the threat of communism and large scale tax cuts.

After 1980, illegal immigrants of Hispanic population increased and became problematic. The Democratic Party has reviewed the Immigration Law and has a conflict between the Democratic Party of Japan who intends to give legal status to more than 10 million illegal immigrants who continue to stay illegal for more than 10 years and Republicans who wish to retain a strict attitude toward illegal immigration Continue.

In 2012, he was a Republican who sent Mr. Romney to the presidential candidate, but Romney failed to gain support from Hispanic voters and lost to current President Barack Obama. President Obama in 2012 presidential election seems to have been supported by 71% of Hispanic citizens.

Although it was a Republican who was concerned that it would be difficult to win the presidential election alone with whitish supporters, Mr. Marco Rubio of the same party, in order to prevent Hispanic voters from leaving the Republican, Proposing a plan of immigration reform to grant citizenship to illegal immigrants living in the United States, a party member showing a relaxing attitude to immigrants has appeared.

However, the opposition to this was the white voters who support the Republican Party.

Mr. Trump is suddenly coming over to the Republican Party and supporters who had been divided by policies for immigration.

Mr. Trump does not promote traditional conservatism, but by fully appealing the disorder and unreliability of conservative party members and by pushing hard lines towards illegal immigrants, President I gained the support to be elected to the election.

In this way, the Republican Party has gone through a major change and it is also good to see the presidential election after understanding the history of the Republican Party.

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