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Essay heading: 10 significal presidential elections in american history
 
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Those who were pro-slavery from the other noncommittal parties joined the Democrats. 3. Election of 1932 Another shift in political parties occurred with the presidential election of 1932. Roosevelt's Democratic Party came to power by forming the New Deal coalition that united groups that previously had not been associated with the same party...
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These included urban workers, northern African-Americans, Southern whites, and Jewish voters. Today's Democratic Party is still largely comprised of this coalition. 4. Election of 1896 The presidential election of 1896 demonstrated a sharp division in society between urban and rural interests. William Jennings Bryan (Democrat) was able to form a coalition that answered the call of progressive groups and rural interests including the indebted farmers and those arguing against the gold standard...
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