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Select all that apply. Who were Lincoln's three opponents in the 1860 presidential race? John Bell Salmon Chase William Seward Stephen Douglas John Breckenridge Sam Houston
Lincoln's three opponents in the 1860 presidential race were: John Bell, Stephen Douglas, and John Breckenridge.
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Lincoln's three opponents in the 1860 presidential race were: John Bell, Stephen Douglas, and John Breckenridge.
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