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4 /Cleveland-Harrison Despite THIS policy, the US became increasingly international as it sought to export surplus manufactured and agricultural goods

5 /Cleveland-Harrison What is Despite the PROTECTIVE TARIFF POLICY The US became increasingly international as it sought to export surplus manufactured and agricultural goods Foreign markets were viewed as a safety valve for labor employment problems and agrarian unrest.

6 THE return of THIS Secretary of State in 1889 reflected the increasingly international involvement of the US during this time period /Cleveland-Harrison

7 WHO is Secretary of State James G. Blaine (1889) This return marked a major attempt by the US to promote a regional empire in the Western Hemisphere and reciprocal trade programs /Cleveland-Harrison

8 ELECTION OF 1888 THESE were the two main candidates in the Election of 1888

9 Who were Democrat = Grover Cleveland Republican = Benjamin Harrison 300 ELECTION OF 1888

10 THIS candidate in the Election of 1888 won the popular vote but lost the electoral college vote to lost the election to Benjamin Harrison (R) ELECTION OF 1888

11 400 ELECTION OF 1888 Who is Democrat Grover Cleveland ?

12 ELECTION OF 1888 The issue on which Benjamin Harrison, republican party presidential candidate campaigned vigorously for was THIS

13 What is Benjamin Harrison waged a vigorous campaign to protect American industrial interests with a high protective tariff 500 ELECTION OF 1888

14 In the Election of 1888, this political party son the control of both the House and the Senate ELECTION OF 1888

15 100 What is the Republican Party ELECTION OF 1888

16 POLITICS OF THE PERIOD: /Cleveland-Harrison THIS government department was raised to cabinet level status in 1889

17 What is the Department of Agriculture (1889) the First Secretary of Agriculture = Norman Coleman 200 POLITICS OF THE PERIOD: /Cleveland-Harrison

18 Republican Thomas B. Reed, Speaker of the House in 1890 did THIS to make himself a veritable tsar with absolute control in running the House POLITICS OF THE PERIOD: /Cleveland-Harrison

19 What is changed the rules of operation Speaker of the House Thomas Reed in 1890 changed the rules of operation giving himself absolute control What is changed the rules of operation Speaker of the House Thomas Reed in 1890 changed the rules of operation giving himself absolute control 300 POLITICS OF THE PERIOD: /Cleveland-Harrison

20 that was an attempt to establish federal supervision of congressional elections. The measure sought to protect black voting rights in the South by authorizing the national government to supervise federal elections. THIS was the name of the bill that was an attempt to establish federal supervision of congressional elections. The measure sought to protect black voting rights in the South by authorizing the national government to supervise federal elections.

21 WHAT IS The Federal Elections Bill, derisively called a Force Bill (1890) by its southern opponents It was the first major piece of legislation in American history supported by a president (Republican Benjamin Harrison) and majorities in both houses that was defeated by a Senate filibuster. The bill had no hope of passage in the next Congress when Democrats took control of the House following the fall 1890 elections. 400 POLITICS OF THE PERIOD: /Cleveland-Harrison

22 THIS made corporate monopolies (trusts) which controlled whole industries subject to federal prosecution if they were found to be combinations or conspiracies in restraint of trade THE ECONOMY : /Cleveland-Harrison

23 What is the Sherman Anti-Trust Act (1890) 500 THE ECONOMY : /Cleveland-Harrison

24 Although supported by smaller businesses, labor unions and farm associations the Sherman Anti-trust Act was in time interpreted by the Supreme Court to apply to THESE THE ECONOMY : /Cleveland-Harrison

25 What is the Supreme Court interpreted the Sherman Anti-Trust Act to apply to labor unions and farmers’ cooperatives as much as to large corporate combinations 100 THE ECONOMY : /Cleveland-Harrison

26 Monopoly was still dominant over THIS type of economics during the decade of 1890s THE ECONOMY : /Cleveland-Harrison

27 WHAT is laissez-faire, free enterprise economics MONOPOLIES dominated not free enterprise=competition 200 THE ECONOMY : /Cleveland-Harrison

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29 THIS act passed by pro-silver interests and authorized Congress to buy 4.5 million ounces of silver each month at market prices and issue Treasury notes redeemable in gold and sliver. The Act created inflation and lowered gold reserves.

30 300 WHAT is the Sherman Silver Purchase Act (1890) THE ECONOMY : /Cleveland-Harrison

31 THIS is the name of the compromise protective tariff promised by the Republicans in 1888 that passed in 1890 that extended to industrial and agricultural good. It also included reciprocal trade provisions that allowed the president to retaliate against nations that discriminated against U.S. products, and reward states that opened their markets to American goods. THE ECONOMY : /Cleveland-Harrison

32 What is the MCKINLEY TARIFF (1890) introduced by future President William McKinley in 1888 Subsequent price increases led to a popular backlash and a Democratic House victory in the 1890 congressional elections 400 THE ECONOMY : /Cleveland-Harrison

33 Congress depleted the Treasury surplus with the first peacetime billion dollar budget that funded THESE things THE ECONOMY : /Cleveland-Harrison

34 What is 1. state tax refunds 2. infrastructure improvements 3. Navy modernization 4. pension payments The loss of Treasury reserves put the economy in a precarious position when an economic panic occurred in THE ECONOMY : /Cleveland-Harrison

35 THESE were among the popular amusements from SOCIAL AND CULTURAL DEVELOPMENTS: /Cleveland-Harrison

36 What were: 1. vaudeville shows 2. Barnum and Bailey Circus “the greatest show on earth” 3. American Wild West Shows 100 SOCIAL AND CULTURAL DEVELOPMENTS: /Cleveland-Harrison

37 SOCIAL AND CULTURAL DEVELOPMENTS: /Cleveland-Harrison THIS man invented the roll-film camera which became popular during this time period

38 Who is George Eastman ? 200 SOCIAL AND CULTURAL DEVELOPMENTS: /Cleveland-Harrison

39 SOCIAL AND CULTURAL DEVELOPMENTS: /Cleveland-Harrison THIS sport was invented in 1891 by James Naismith, a Massachusetts YMCA instructor.

40 What is BASKETBALL ? 300 SOCIAL AND CULTURAL DEVELOPMENTS: /Cleveland-Harrison

41 THIS describes the way in which childbearing practices changed in the late 19c SOCIAL AND CULTURAL DEVELOPMENTS: /Cleveland-Harrison

42 What is parents became more supportive and sympathetic to their children and less authoritarian and restrictive ? 400 SOCIAL AND CULTURAL DEVELOPMENTS: /Cleveland-Harrison

43 The 1880s were something of a golden age in children’s literature, producing such THIS classic by Howard Pyle’s book that gained a wide readership SOCIAL AND CULTURAL DEVELOPMENTS: /Cleveland-Harrison

44 500 What is Robin Hood Joel Chandler Harris’ characters Brer Rabbit, Brer Fox and Uncle Remus became very popular also SOCIAL AND CULTURAL DEVELOPMENTS: /Cleveland-Harrison

45 Following in the footsteps of William Seward as a major architect of American foreign policy THIS Secretary of State promoted hemispheric solidarity with Latin American and economic expansion FOREIGN RELATIONS: / Cleveland- B. Harrison

46 Who is Secretary of State James G. Blaine ? 100 FOREIGN RELATIONS: / Cleveland- B. Harrison

47 Secretary of State Blaine’s international Bureau of American Republics was designed to promote THIS FOREIGN RELATIONS: / Cleveland- B. Harrison

48 200 What is Pan Americanism ? The Bureaus was designed to promote a Pan American customs union and peaceful conflict resolution FOREIGN RELATIONS: / Cleveland- B. Harrison

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50 To achieve his aims for Pan Americanism,Secretary of State Blaine’s policies opposed THIS and to a certain extent were in the tradition of President James Monroe and his Secretary of State, John Q. Adams

51 300 What is Blaine opposed US military intervention in the hemisphere FOREIGN RELATIONS: / Cleveland- B. Harrison

52 After the Haitian revolution of ,Secretary of State Blaine resisted pressure to do THIS with advice from THIS noted African American and US minister to Hiati FOREIGN RELATIONS: / Cleveland- B. Harrison

53 400 WHAT is Blaine resisted US intervention to establish a naval base near Port-au- Prince WHO is African American FREDERICK DOUGLAS played a key role in advising Blaine as US minister to Haiti FOREIGN RELATIONS: / Cleveland- B. Harrison

54 Secretary of State Blain helped to bring about an apology from THIS Latin American country and preserve his Pan American policy when THIS event caused President Harrison to threaten war with the anti- American revolutionary government of President Balmaceda there FOREIGN RELATIONS: / Cleveland- B. Harrison

55 500 WHAT is CHILE and WHAT IS when American sailors from the USS Baltimore were killed in Valparaiso (Chili) in 1891 President Harrison threatened war ;Blaine helped bring about a Chilean apology and preserve his Pan American policy just in case you were wondering : Pan = involving the union of a specified group Pan Americanism = unity among the American states (North, South,and Central America collectively) FOREIGN RELATIONS: / Cleveland- B. Harrison

56 The US refused (1890) naval bases in the Portuguese colonies of THESE two African countries. Blaine opposed territorial expansion for the US in Africa, but favored the development of commercial markets there FOREIGN RELATIONS: / Cleveland- B. Harrison

57 What is Angola and Mozambique The US refused (1890) naval bases in these Portuguese colonies when Portugal was looking for allies against British expansion in Africa. Blaine opposed territorial expansion for the US in Africa, but favored the development of commercial markets in Africa 100 FOREIGN RELATIONS: / Cleveland- B. Harrison

58 The most marked development in American politics between was the emergence of THIS viable agrarian third party movement POLITICS OF THE PERIOD: B.Harrison/Cleveland

59 WHAT IS the emergence of the POPULIST PARTY 200 POLITICS OF THE PERIOD: B.Harrison/Cleveland

60 This was the Democratic party ticket (president + vice president) for the Election of 1892 POLITICS OF THE PERIOD: B.Harrison/Cleveland ELECTION OF 1892

61 Who was Democratic nomination for President = Grover Cleveland Vice President = Adlai Stevenson 300 POLITICS OF THE PERIOD: B.Harrison/Cleveland

62 This was the Republican party Presidential candidate for the Election of 1892 POLITICS OF THE PERIOD: B.Harrison/Cleveland

63 Who was Benjamin Harrison – Republican Party Presidential candidate POLITICS OF THE PERIOD: B.Harrison/Cleveland

64 The Democrats (Grover Cleveland) won the Presidential election of 1892 and control of both houses of Congress. Voters generally reacted against THIS policy of the republican Harrison administration

65 What is voters generally reacted against the inflationary McKinley Tariff. 500 POLITICS OF THE PERIOD: B.Harrison/Cleveland

66 FINAL JEOPARDY

67 POLITICS AND ECONOMICS!!!!! Like peanut butter & jelly Like chocolate & peanut butter (unless you’re Cameron) Like cheese & pizza Like pork & beans Like time to take a FOOD break

68 Cleveland’s conservative stand in favor of THIS brought him the support of various business interests in the Presidential election of 1892 Cleveland won the election

69 WHAT IS Cleveland’s conservative stand in favor of the gold standard brought him the support of various business interests


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