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Liberal Republican Party (United States): Quiz

  
  

Question 1: Salmon P. Chase, ________, former U.S. Senator from Ohio and treasury secretary.
Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United StatesSupreme Court of the United StatesChief Justice of the United StatesPresident of the United States

Question 2: ________
United States presidential election, 1872United States presidential election, 1860Electoral College (United States)United States presidential election, 1868

Question 3: ________, former ambassador, Civil War general, power-broker, and senator from Missouri.
George MeadeRussell A. AlgerCarl SchurzWinfield Scott Hancock

Question 4: The Liberal Republican Party of the United States was a political party that was organized in Cincinnati in May 1872, to oppose the reelection of President Ulysses S. Grant and his ________ supporters.
Radical RepublicansAbraham LincolnAmerican Civil WarAndrew Johnson

Question 5: The party began in Missouri in 1870 [1] under the leadership of ________ and spread nationwide.
Russell A. AlgerGeorge MeadeWinfield Scott HancockCarl Schurz

Question 6: B. Gratz Brown, a ________, vice-presidential candidate in the election of 1872.
Saint Francois County, MissouriList of lieutenant governors of MissouriList of Governors of MissouriSainte Genevieve County, Missouri

Question 7: David Davis, U.S. Supreme Court justice, later senator from ________.
KentuckyIllinoisMissouriIndiana

Question 8: The party's candidate in that year's presidential election was ________, longtime publisher of the New York Tribune.
James BuchananStephen A. DouglasHorace GreeleyFranklin Pierce

Question 9: ________, newspaper editor, presidential candidate in the election of 1872.
Horace GreeleyFranklin PierceStephen A. DouglasJames Buchanan

Question 10: Reuben Fenton, while U.S. Senator from ________
ConnecticutNew JerseyMassachusettsNew York
















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