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  • {{Image|Jbuchanan.jpg|right|350px|James Buchanan}} ...], the [[U.S. Senate]] and as the [[Secretary of State]] under President [[James K. Polk]]. He was a member of the [[Democratic Party]].
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  • ...nited States Senate|Senator]] and [[Secretary of State]] under President [[James K. Polk]].
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  • {{Image|Jbuchanan.jpg|right|350px|James Buchanan}} ...], the [[U.S. Senate]] and as the [[Secretary of State]] under President [[James K. Polk]]. He was a member of the [[Democratic Party]].
    2 KB (224 words) - 17:29, 11 June 2009
  • | Mar. 4, 1809 || Feb 9, 1814 || [[James Madison]] | Feb. 9, 1814 || Sept. 26, 1814 || [[James Madison]]
    9 KB (965 words) - 21:39, 14 August 2010
  • {{r|James Buchanan}} {{r|James Garfield}}
    2 KB (250 words) - 23:29, 11 January 2010
  • {{r|James Buchanan}} {{r|James Garfield}}
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  • {{r|James Buchanan}} {{r|James Garfield}}
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  • ...of the Democratic party away from pro-Southern men like President [[James Buchanan]], and committing it to the basic principle of democracy, "Let the People R ...to pass laws supporting it.<ref>McPherson, pp. 177-8</ref> When President Buchanan and his Southern allies attempted to pass a Federal slave code, to support
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  • {{r|James Buchanan}} {{r|James Garfield}}
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  • ...Phillips, Brahmin Radical'' (1961) p. 56; McPherson, ''Battle Cry'' p. 8; James Brewer Stewart, ''Holy Warriors: The Abolitionists and American Slavery'' ...a manner threatening to the South. Historian James McPherson explains:<ref>James McPherson, "Antebellum Southern Exceptionalism: A New Look at an Old Quest
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  • {{r|James Buchanan}} {{r|James G. Blaine}}
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  • {{r|James Buchanan}} {{r|James Garfield}}
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  • ...[[Johns Hopkins Hospital]] in [[Baltimore]], [[Maryland]], where the James Buchanan Brady Urological Institute still bears his name. ...r the Democratic presidential candidate of that year, James Buchanan. <ref>Buchanan was elected president three months after Brady's birth and is universally c
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  • |4||[[James Madison]]||1809-1817||||[[Image:Jamesmadison.jpg|50px|James Madison]] |5||[[James Monroe]]||1817-1825
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  • *: [[James Buchanan]] ''([[Democratic Party (United States)|D]])'' *A/L: [[James Moore Wayne| James M. Wayne]] ''([[Democratic Party (United States)|D]])''
    103 KB (13,218 words) - 00:35, 3 October 2013
  • {{r|James Buchanan}} {{r|James Pierson Beckwourth}}
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  • ...n he worked for the presidential campaign of [[James Buchanan]]. Following Buchanan's single term, the next Democrat elected president would be Cleveland himse ...blicans called "[[Mugwump]]s" who denounced his opponent, former Senator [[James G. Blaine]] of [[Maine]], as corrupt.
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  • ...during the last two years of the administration of U.S. President [[James Buchanan]].
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  • {{r|James Buchanan}}
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  • ...ze.org/nobel_prizes/economics/laureates/1986/buchanan-lecture.html James M Buchanan: ''The Constitution of Economic Policy'', Nobel Prize lecture December 1986
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  • ...he first two years of [[President of the United States|President]] [[James Buchanan]]'s term.
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  • ...the administration of [[President of the United States| U.S. President]] [[James K. Polk]]. * March 4, 1845 -- [[James K. Polk]] became [[President of the United States]].
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