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§PARABLE ON POPULISM
§L. FRANK BAUM
SILVER QUESTION §FARMERS DEMAND GOVT COIN SILVER MONEY TO INFLATE CURRENCY & RAISE FARM PRICES
FARM §DEADLY ENVIRONMENT §NATURE IMPERSONAL §BLEAK, LONELY, ISOLATED
TORNADO §POPULISM ROARING IN FROM WEST
DOROTHY §EVERYMAN §LEVELHEADED, HUMAN, GOOD §THINKS OF OTHERS
SCARECROW §FARMERS §IGNORANT §IRRATIONAL §MUDDLE-HEADED
TIN WOODSMAN §LABOR BECOMING MACHINES §LOST MOST HUMAN SENTIMENT: LOVE
COWARDLY LION §WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN §MORE BARK THAN BITE
WIZARD §PRESIDENTS GRANT TO McKINLEY §EVERYTHING TO EVERYONE
LAND OF OZ §WASHINGTON, DC §MAGIC OASIS
TOTO §PROHIBITION §TEETOTALER
WINGED MONKEYS §INDIANS §GOOD OR BAD DEPENDS UPON WHOSE INFLUENCE
YELLOW WINKIES §PHILLIPINE PEOPLE §ASIAN IMMIGRANTS
MUNCHKINS §SLAVERY §GENERAL PUBLIC: CHILDLIKE, NAIVE
WICKED WITCH OF WEST §RAILROAD BARONS §BAD FORCES OF NATURE
§NO PLACE LIKE HOME
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