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-====Reform Party====+====Reform Party (a.k.a. Freedom Party)====
 //Minor political party in the 1824 and 1828 U.S. Executive Council elections// //Minor political party in the 1824 and 1828 U.S. Executive Council elections//
  
 The Reform Party was founded as the Freedom Party previous to the 1824 election, where the previous three-party system collapsed with a new multi-party system emerging (with about nine political parties). It successfully elected [[An American Oddity: Martin Van Buren]] to the Chair of the Interior, but dropped him after several scandals in his term, including the Great Slave Coup of 1825, which nearly took down the United States government. The party re-branded itself as the Reform Party, dropping the impeached chair and nominating [[An American Oddity: Horace Mann]], who successfully won the 1828 Chair of the Interior, narrowly beating the [[An American Oddity: Religious Freedom Party]] and the [[An American Oddity: Anglo-Dixie Party]]. They shared party principles with the [[An American Oddity: Religious Freedom Party]], but where starkly opposed to the [[An American Oddity: Anglo-Dixie Party]]'​s agenda. The Reform Party was founded as the Freedom Party previous to the 1824 election, where the previous three-party system collapsed with a new multi-party system emerging (with about nine political parties). It successfully elected [[An American Oddity: Martin Van Buren]] to the Chair of the Interior, but dropped him after several scandals in his term, including the Great Slave Coup of 1825, which nearly took down the United States government. The party re-branded itself as the Reform Party, dropping the impeached chair and nominating [[An American Oddity: Horace Mann]], who successfully won the 1828 Chair of the Interior, narrowly beating the [[An American Oddity: Religious Freedom Party]] and the [[An American Oddity: Anglo-Dixie Party]]. They shared party principles with the [[An American Oddity: Religious Freedom Party]], but where starkly opposed to the [[An American Oddity: Anglo-Dixie Party]]'​s agenda.
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