Family Ties, Party Realities, and Political Ideology: George Hunt Pendleton and Partisanship in Antebellum CincinnatiOhio Valley History (2003)
AbstractGeorge Hunt Pendleton, the vice presidential running mate of George Brinton McClellan in 1864 and a US senator from Ohio, chose to become a Democrat during the 1850's because of the influence of his father, Nathanael Greene Pendleton, and his political ideology. Nathanael had also been a US senator from Ohio.
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Publication DateSummer 2003
Citation InformationThomas S. Mach. "Family Ties, Party Realities, and Political Ideology: George Hunt Pendleton and Partisanship in Antebellum Cincinnati" Ohio Valley History Vol. 3 Iss. 2 (2003)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/thomas_mach/9/