Amos Tuck is a 19th century Christian businessman who lived in New Hampshire and attended Dartmouth College. There is a business school at Dartmouth named for him. Why does he serve any importance to us today and especially to the US Senate race in Tennessee? Tuck was a Democrat for much of his life but found himself ostracized by his party because he was personally against slavery and the expansion of slave states. He was officially excommunicated from the party some 16 years before the election of Abraham Lincoln and yet this event played a major role in Lincoln's election.
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