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War, Emancipation, Misgenation Phobias, and Colonization Solutions, and Emancipation in New Jersey's 1860 & 1864 Presidential Elections

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This essay explores the defeat of Abraham Lincoln in the1860 and 1864 presidential elections in New Jersey. The only northern Union state that he lost in both elections. The issues of prolonged war and numerous defeats of the Army of the Potomac are only a partial explanation of this conservative northern state's rejection of Lincoln. Compounding the Republican's electoral problems were a hostile white working class population, both native-born and immigrant, that feared black emancipation would lead to massive freedmen immigration to New Jersey and the social and economic deterioration in their position. The paper will also explore New Jersey Republican and Lincoln's attempts to counter Democratic Party exploitation of these fears through arguments of colonization and military necessity.
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Greene, Larry. "War, Emancipation, Misgenation Phobias, and Colonization Solutions, and Emancipation in New Jersey's 1860 & 1864 Presidential Elections" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the 96th Annual Convention, TBA, Richmond, VA, <Not Available>. 2014-11-25 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p522132_index.html>

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Greene, L. A. "War, Emancipation, Misgenation Phobias, and Colonization Solutions, and Emancipation in New Jersey's 1860 & 1864 Presidential Elections" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the 96th Annual Convention, TBA, Richmond, VA <Not Available>. 2014-11-25 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p522132_index.html

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Abstract: This essay explores the defeat of Abraham Lincoln in the1860 and 1864 presidential elections in New Jersey. The only northern Union state that he lost in both elections. The issues of prolonged war and numerous defeats of the Army of the Potomac are only a partial explanation of this conservative northern state's rejection of Lincoln. Compounding the Republican's electoral problems were a hostile white working class population, both native-born and immigrant, that feared black emancipation would lead to massive freedmen immigration to New Jersey and the social and economic deterioration in their position. The paper will also explore New Jersey Republican and Lincoln's attempts to counter Democratic Party exploitation of these fears through arguments of colonization and military necessity.


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