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--------1870's split in the republican party;wanted a civil service system because they disagreed whith the OLD GUARD Republicans on who should control patronage jobs. Led by senator James G Blaine

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    No. A half breed is a person of mixed ancestry.

    Have you read the required materials???

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    Any idea or help ?
    that was the definition that I found on line

    Favored tariff reform and social reform, major issues from the Democratic and Republican parties. They did not seem to be dedicated members of either party.

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    I'm sorry -- but you were right. I'd forgotten that "The Half Breeds" was also a name given to part of the Republican Party.

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