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The Free-Soil was a precursor of which of the following:

1. Know Nothing Party
2. Whig Party
3. Republican Party
4. Copperhead Party

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  1. https://www.britannica.com/topic/Free-Soil-Party

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  2. thank you reed

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  3. So its Republicans cool

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  4. 1:C
    2:C
    3:C
    4:C
    5:D
    6:A,D
    7:B
    8:C
    9:C
    10:B
    11:B
    12:B
    13:A
    14:C,B
    15:D
    16:A
    17:B
    18:C
    19:C
    20:B
    21:C
    22:essay question

    hope this helps good luck also i promise these answers are 100% right

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  5. @help.....plz? is correct

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