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This was known as the Knox – Porter Resolution ; subsequent Peace treaties were signed with both countries and Ratified by the Senate and signed by Harding on July 21, 1921 ; that officially ended World War I for the U. S. The Senate had refused to ratify the Treaty of Versailles in both 1919 and 1920 because it required the U. S. to endorse the League of Nations.
Ratified by 192 of 194 member countries.
Articles in Treaties Ratified by the U. S. ( ed.
Ratified by the Second Congress of Soviets of the Soviet Union 31st of January 1924, it survived six editions, before being superseded by the 1936 Soviet Constitution.
: Ratified by the Georgia Legislature on 1802-06-16
Ratified by the People's Government of Guangxi, both shareholders signed the JV Contract in the Great Hall of the People, Beijing, on Dec. 12, 1995, and the business license was approved in the same year.
Ratified by several legal norms, it was given the so-called " La Florida " or " La Moncloa " property, the present University Campus of Madrid, as well as other nearby land.
Ratified by the NorthWind Power Development Corp and the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development through the World Bank Prototype Carbon Fund, the Northwind Bangui Bay Project was the first project in the Philippines to have the Emissions Reduction Purchase Agreement ( ERPA ) under the Clean Development Mechanism.

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Ratified on January 17, 1948, the agreement was an unsuccessful attempt to resolve the disputes that arose following the 1946 Linggadjati Agreement.

Ratified and be
Ratified in 1922, the amendment made Delta Chi a general fraternity, no longer requiring its members to be law students at their respective universities and colleges.

Ratified and .
( Ratified May 15.
Ratified Aug. 6, 1861 ; proclaimed Dec. 5, 1861.
Ratified July 25, 1868 ; proclaimed Aug. 25, 1868.
Ratified July 25, 1868 ; proclaimed Aug. 25, 1868.
Ratified July 25, 1868 ; proclaimed Aug. 19, 1868.
* The Constitution of 1793, Constitution of 24 June, 1793 ( Acte constitutionnel du 24 juin 1793, or Montagnard Constitution ( Constitution montagnarde ) – Ratified, but never applied, due to the suspension of all ordinary legality 10 October, 1793.
Ratified Feb. 16, 1868 ; proclaimed Feb. 24, 1868.

Republican and Party
The Providence Daily Journal answered the Daily Post by stating that the raid of John Brown was characteristic of Democratic acts of violence and that `` He was acting in direct opposition to the Republican Party, who proclaim as one of their cardinal principles that they do not interfere with slavery in the states ''.
Hughes said Monday, `` It is the apparent intention of the Republican Party to campaign on the carcass of what they call Eisenhower Republicanism, but the heart stopped beating and the lifeblood congealed after Eisenhower retired.
Now he's gone, the Republican Party is not going to be able to sell the tattered remains to the people of the state ''.
Sunday he had added, `` We can love Eisenhower the man, even if we considered him a mediocre president but there is nothing left of the Republican Party without his leadership ''.
Then Rudy Bond was simply grand as Ben, the distraught Republican Party district chieftain.
Lincoln, a moderate from a swing state, secured the Republican Party nomination.
" Drawing on remnants of the old Whig party, and on disenchanted Free Soil, Liberty, and Democratic party members, he was instrumental in forging the shape of the new Republican Party.
Instead, he monitored the campaign closely and relied on the enthusiasm of the Republican Party.
He was the first president from the Republican Party.
Lincoln was a master politician, bringing together — and holding together — all the main factions of the Republican Party, and bringing in War Democrats such as Edwin M. Stanton and Andrew Johnson as well.
At its 1864 convention, the Republican Party selected Andrew Johnson, a War Democrat from the Southern state of Tennessee, as his running mate.
By contrast, the National Union Party was united and energized as Lincoln made emancipation the central issue, and state Republican parties stressed the perfidy of the Copperheads.
In the presidential election of 1860, the Republican Party, led by Abraham Lincoln, had campaigned against expanding slavery beyond the states in which it already existed.
The Republican Party was determined to prevent any spread of slavery, and many Southern leaders had threatened secession if the Republican candidate, Lincoln, won the 1860 election.
Irreconcilable disagreements over slavery ended the Whig and Know Nothing parties, and split the Democratic Party between North and South, while the new Republican Party angered slavery interests by demanding an end to its expansion.
Lincoln led the new Republican Party in developing their platform calling slavery a national evil, and insisting Congress end slavery expansion into the territories.
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Republican and victory
After a Republican victory, but before the new administration took office on March 4, 1861, seven cotton states declared their secession and joined to form the Confederate States of America.
The political unrest of the late 1920s led to the victory of Republican candidates in local council elections throughout the country, and the abdication of King Alfonso XIII.
On November 7, 2006, Lynch was re-elected Governor in a 74 % to 26 % landslide victory over Republican challenger Jim Coburn.
In the end, Ashcroft won 57 percent of the vote and carried 106 counties — then the largest Republican gubernatorial victory in Missouri history.
At the Republican Convention in Chicago, despite being the incumbent, Taft's victory was not immediately assured.
Shortly after this victory, there was a fortuitous meeting with Ohio Republican party leader and McKinley ally, Harry M. Daugherty, who commented about him, " Gee, what a great looking President he'd make.
Riding a wave of popular support for fellow Republican Roosevelt, Taft won an easy victory in his 1908 bid for the presidency.
* November 8 – U. S. presidential election, 1932: Democrat Franklin D. Roosevelt defeats Republican President Herbert Hoover in a landslide victory.
Agnew ran for election as Baltimore County Executive in 1962, seeking office in a predominantly Democratic county that had seen no Republican elected to that position in the 20th century, with only one ( Roger B. Hayden ) earning victory after he left.
Although winning the Democratic primary is normally tantamount to election in heavily Democratic Chicago, after his primary victory Washington found that his Republican opponent, former state legislator Bernard Epton ( earlier considered a nominal stand-in ), was supported by many white Democrats and ward organizations, including the chairman of the Cook County Democratic Party, Alderman Edward " Fast Eddie " Vrdolyak.
The first step was to bring about a Republican victory in the Ohio legislature, which would choose the Senator.
Republican Frémont condemned the Kansas – Nebraska Act and crusaded against the expansion of slavery, while Buchanan, a Democrat, warned that the Republicans were extremists whose victory would lead to civil war.
These states had voted solidly Democratic in every presidential election since 1880, and Roosevelt objected that they were given one-quarter of the delegates when they would contribute nothing to a Republican victory ( as it turned out, delegates from the former Confederate states supported Taft by a 5 to 1 margin ).
As a result Truman won a stunning upset victory over his Republican opponent, Thomas E. Dewey.
In 1948, Stevenson entered the Illinois gubernatorial race as a Democrat, and in an upset victory he defeated incumbent Republican Dwight H. Green in the Truman landslide.
The Republican contender, Senator Barry Goldwater, advocated victory in Vietnam — a rollback strategy that Johnson denounced as tantamount to nuclear war.
A sweeping Republican victory in the 1866 Congressional elections in the North gave the Radical Republicans enough control of Congress to override Johnson's vetoes and began what is called " Radical Reconstruction " in 1867.
Both sides claimed victory though the Democratic claim was tainted by violence and the Republican by fraud.
On 29 June 1793 the town was the site of a Republican victory in this war.
Clifford was a key architect of Truman's campaign in 1948, when Truman pulled off a stunning upset victory over Republican nominee Thomas Dewey.
The margins of victory in the county for the Republican Presidential candidate in 2000, 2004, and 2008 have been 13, 21, and 14 percentage points, respectively.
In state offices, Democratic State Rep. Bill Ransdall, who was term-limited and could not run for re-election, was replaced by Republican David Day who defeated the Democratic candidate, Clara Ichord, in what turned out to be a landslide victory for Day.
McCain's margin of victory in the county was narrower than usual for a Republican candidate.
A GOP candidate even won a seat on the Tensas Parish Police Jury, the parish governing body, with the victory of Emmett L. Adams, Jr., in District 1 over fellow Republican Patrick Glass.

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