Thaddeus Stevens Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Thaddeus Stevens Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other


This Biography is about one of the best Former United States Representative Thaddeus Stevens including his Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Thaddeus Stevens
Real Name Thaddeus Stevens
Profession Political Leaders
Famous as Former United States Representative
Nationality American
Political ideology Political party – Federalist Anti-Masonic Whig Know-Nothing Republican
Personal life of Thaddeus Stevens
Born on 04 April 1792
Birthday 4th April
Died At Age 76
Sun Sign Aries
Born in Danville
Died on 11 August 1868
Place of death Washington, D.C.
Education Dartmouth College, University of Vermont
Personal Fact of Thaddeus Stevens

Thaddeus Stevens was a 19th century Republican politician who was one of the most powerful members in the U.S. House of Representatives. He vehemently opposed slavery and discrimination against African-Americans, and fought hard to secure their rights during the Reconstruction era. Totally focused on civil rights, he helped draft the Fourteenth Amendment during Reconstruction.

Born into poverty in rural Vermont, he had a very difficult childhood as his father abandoned the family when Thaddeus was very young. Moreover he was born with a club foot and developed a limp which restricted his physical movements. In spite of the challenges he faced he grew up to be a brilliant student and went on to become a lawyer. As someone who had suffered a lot as a youngster, he developed empathy for slaves and the other underprivileged classes in American society and sought equality for them throughout his legal career.

Venturing into politics, he continued with his stance on social issues and became a strong advocate of free education and opposed the expansion of slavery. Following the Civil War he emerged as a radical Republican, openly advocating for equal rights for the blacks. The Fourteenth Amendment which he helped draft later served as a basis for civil rights legislation.


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