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Democrats claim it is humble, homely, smart, courageous, hard working and loveable.
"You shall not press down upon the brow of labor this crown of thorns; you shall not crucify mankind upon a cross of gold!"
THE NEW DEAL COALITION URBANITES LABOR JEWS CATHOLICS POOR SOUTH AFR. AM. INTELLECT- UALS
Hamilton and other Federalists clash with Jefferson's Republican Party over the future of the new democracy.wmvHamilton and other Federalists.
Cross of Gold Speech "Having behind us the producing masses of this nation and the world, supported by the commercial interests, the laboring interests.
Electoral Realignment and Critical Elections Electoral Realignment Voting patterns are changed by some critical issue, event, or leader and remain changed.
The Origins of Populism. The Grange Started by Oliver Hudson Kelley Formed to stand up against railroad companies that were overcharging farmers.
July 9, Democratic National Convention Chicago 36 years old, aspiring to be nominee for President Dramatic speaking style and rhetoric roused.
The Gilded Age ( ). Type 1 Writing What are the strengths and weaknesses of the American political system at the federal level today? (2 minutes)
Input on wages, hours, working and health conditions? Who is hired? Fired? Right to your job? If the company is extremely successful should the.
The Second Political Party System: The Presidential Election of 1896.
Free Silver Man: I tell you that plenty of money and high prices make good times. Farmer (an ex-Confederate): Is that so, partner? I can recollect when.
Objective 4.03 Describe the causes and effects of the financial difficulties that plagued the American farmer and trace the rise and decline of Populism.
Facebook William Jennings Bryan “You shall not press down upon the brow of labor this crown of thorns, you shall not crucify mankind upon a cross of gold”
Election of The Candidates Republican Party Nominee - William McKinley Republican Party Nominee - William McKinley Democratic / Populist Party Nominee.
THE POPULISTS The farmers fight for their rights! Raise more hell and less corn! - Mary Elizabeth Lease.
9/10/15 Essential Questions: Us. 12 – What were the characteristics and impact of the Granger Movement and Populism? US. 5 – What was the currency controversy.
The Populists and the Election of 1896 Libertyville HS.
APUSH REVIEW: THE ELECTION OF 1896 Everything You Need To Know About The Election of 1896To Succeed In APUSH
Going to See the Wizard Agrarian Discontent and Populism.
Farmers and the Populist Movement Main Idea: Hi Farmers united to address their economic problems, giving rise to the Populist movement.
William Jennings Bryan Taylor Saunders. Democratic politician Influential in politics during the 1890s Presidential candidate three times:
Populism and the Wizard of OZ.. Farmer’s Complaint Tariffs: Tariffs: 1. Raised price on foreign farm machinery. 2.US tariffs on foreign manufactured goods.
Copyright ©2008 by the McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Chapter Nineteen: From Stalemate to Crisis.
The Wizard of Oz “A Populist Parable”. Late 1800’s period of rapid growth in westward expansion industrialization and the growth of big business immigration.
Problems Farmers borrowed money to pay for new equipment, crop prices dropped, couldn’t pay their loans Farmers wanted the government to put more money.
Can handle the hard life but… Can’t handle low prices for crops high RR costs High interest rates Loose their political influence Everything.
EOC Review Competency Goal 4 & 5. _______ were a result of “white man” moving into traditional American Indian territory. Indian Wars.
Causes of debt Farmers ’ Debt attempted solutions expensive machinery fall in wheat prices drought railroad shipping cost “ bonanza farms ” huge,
Birth of Populism Topic 2.4. Financial Panic Nationwide economic depression. As the economy worsens, people rush to banks to withdraw money. Banks then.
Chapter 5 Part 4. Review Farmers’ Problems Railroad Rates: discrimination Falling farm prices Falling land values High Interest rates from Eastern Banks.
Reform movements of the Gilded Age. Things going on: Reconstruction in the South: ended with the Compromise of 1877 Child Labor and unsafe working conditions.
The Populist Movement Or, “Help, help. The farmers are going crazy!”
FARMERS AND POPULISM Ms. Eraqi. The Homestead Act of 1862 The Homestead Act gave public lands (lands owned by the national government) to American citizens.
Farmers and the Populist Movement Main Idea Farmers united to address their economic problems, giving rise to the Populist movement. Why it Matters Now.
Analyze several political cartoons related to the Populist or People’s Party. - Explain the “Crisis” of the 1890s Analyze several.
was worth $ When more dollars are put into circulation, each dollar goes down in value and will buy less stuff. $ So manufacturers.
The Rise of Populism. 1860s Life wasn’t just hard in the cities—people working in agriculture struggled, too “Grange” organizations developed – local.
The Debate over Money Farmers were concerned about tariffs Tariffs reduce foreign competition Foreign countries counter with their own tariffs
PROBLEMS FACING FARMERS AND THE RISE & FALL OF THE POPULIST PARTY Farmers & The Populist Movement.
Chapter 19: From Stalemate to Crisis The Farmer’s Revolt.
A PERSONAL VOICE FREDERICK JACKSON TURNER “ American social development has been continually beginning over again on the frontier. This perennial rebirth,
MONEY Definition of money –the part of wealth used to facilitate transactions Note that in economics, money has a different meaning than expressions like:
Populism & Segregation. What hardships did Farmers face in the late 1800’s? Many farmers in debt for their farmland. Crop prices were falling –More farms/more.
Populism Adapted from “What you farmers need to do is raise less corn and more Hell!” Mary Elizabeth.
Essential Question: What were the goals and who were the supporters of the Democratic, Republican and Populist parties during the Gilded Age?
Today.. We Panic. Is The Wizard of Oz just a story or does it tell something more? Just follow the yellow brick road..
Populism “What you farmers need to do is raise less corn and more Hell!” Mary Elizabeth Lease (1890) Populist Organizer.
The Populist Movement 1880s – 1890s. The Beginnings of Populism Mechanizing farms cost money Farmers borrow money to buy machinery Mechanization increases.
Goal 4 Part 2 Rise and Fall of Populism. The Rise and Fall of POPULISM Populism – the movement of “PEOPLE” Formed: Omaha Platform (1892) (BIRTH) –Main.
Period 6 Additional Notes Election of 1896 A turning point in American politics; marked the beginning of a new era in American politics Was one of the.
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