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At the first Democratic Party convention of 1860, fifty Southern delegates refused to vote and left the convention.

voted to secede from the Union. nominated their own candidate. de...

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At the first Democratic Party convention of 1860, fifty Southern delegates refused to vote and left the convention.

voted to secede from the Union.
nominated their own candidate.
decided to become Republicans.

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in 1860 they all had a republicans

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