Originally published 06/06/2016
The Whigs chose power over principles when they nominated Zachary Taylor in 1848. The party never recovered.
Originally published 04/07/2016
Corey M. Brooks
The end of the Whig Party shows why.
Originally published 02/14/2014
Robert W. Merry
Just what lessons can be learned from the brief history of the Whig Party for today, anyway?
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