Comitia praesidentialia Civitatum Foederatarum anni 1860

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Abrahamus Lincoln. Primum photographema praesidis novi, anno 1861.
Comitia praesidentialia anni 1860. Ruber civitates a Lincoln, viridis a Breckinridge, aurantius a Bell, et caeruleus a Douglas captae. Numeri sunt suffragia electoralia in quaque civitate per censum anni 1850 attributa. Tabula Anglice signata.
Eventus per comitatum. Ruber, Lincoln (Factio Republicana); caeruleus, Douglas (Democratica Septentrionalis); viridis, Breckinridge (Democratica Meridiana); flavus, Bell (Unio Constitutionalis); purpureus "Fusion" (non Republicana et non Democratica.

Comitia praesidentialia Civitatum Foederatarum anni 1860 fuerunt undevicensima comitia praesidentialia Civitatum Foederatarum quadrennialia. Comitia die Martis, 6 Novembris 1860 habita sunt, et fuit impetus eruptionis Belli Civilis Americani. Civitates Foederatae se de auctu servitutis et iurum possessorum servorum decennio 186 sciderant. Anno 1860, hae res Factionem Democraticam in factiones Septentrionales et Meridianas diffregerunt, et nova Factio Unionis Constitutionalis apparuit. Contra oppositionem divisam, Factio Republicana, in Septentrionalibus praevalens, maiorem partem suffragiorum electoralium comparavit, Abrahamum Lincoln in Aedibus Albis mittens, paene sine subsidio ex Meridie.

Ante inaugurationem Lincolnianam, septem civitates Meridianae earum secessionem declaraverant, et deinde Confederatiam creaverunt. Secessionistas ex quattuor civitatibus finium additis se cum eis coniunxerunt cum postulatum Lincolnianum ut proprietas foederalis in Meridie restitueretur fecerat ut ei partes eligerent, ac duae civitates, Kentukia et Missuria, medium se gerere conabantur. In comitiis anni 1864, Unio in se Kansiam, Virginiam Occidentalem, et Nivatam ut civitates soli liberi acceperat, cum bellum civile in Meridie omnem rationem electoralem disturbaret, quia nulla suffragia electoralia ab ullis ex undecim civitatibus quae se ad Confoederatiam coniunxerant ferebantur.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

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