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11/8 Thursday Night’s Homework Chapter 20: Politics of Privilege, Politics of Exclusion (1884-1892) Focus: – 1884 Election: Candidates? Their platforms?

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1 11/8 Thursday Night’s Homework Chapter 20: Politics of Privilege, Politics of Exclusion ( ) Focus: – 1884 Election: Candidates? Their platforms? 3 reasons Cleveland won? Cleveland’s actions while in office? – 1888 Election: Candidates? Their platforms? Why did Cleveland lose? B. Harrison’s actions while in office? – Politics of Privilege = politically, who is controlling things? – Politics of Exclusion = politically, who is lacking representation? Why not being represented? What is happening to them? Are they doing anything to change this? Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS

2 Ch 20: Pop Quiz #1 1.) What is a tariff? Why did some Americans advocate a high tariff? 2.) What did the Pendleton Civil Service Act create? What was this act trying to prevent? 3.) What was the main goal of the Greenback Party? What election did they run a candidate in? 4.) List 3 things the Democratic Party stood for. 5.) List 3 things the Republican Party stood for. Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS

3 Ch 20: Politics and Expansion in an Industrializing Age ( ) Big Themes this Chapter: -Post-CW, Industry was the main priority of the nation. -Major Political Talking Points: (voter turnout will be at an all time high and the party in power will change a lot) -1.) The Tariff -2.) Currency and what to back it with -3.) Political Machines & the Spoil System -4.) CW Veteran Pensions Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS

4 Ch 20: Politics and Expansion in an Industrializing Age ( ) Big Themes this Chapter: -Laissez-Faire politics were favored by both major parties (Dems & Reps) -Unregulated rapid industrial growth came at a cost to society. -Who will suffer? -Unskilled Labor, Farmers, Minorities -The Depression will start to force the federal government to address social issues. -Manifest Destiny continues. Expansionists (Jingoists) will have different opinions as to why America needs to expand, but will all agree that it does. Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS

5 Ch 20: Politics & Expansion in an Industrializing Age ( ) Section 1: Party Politics in an Era of Upheaval ( ) Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS

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10 Is there a trend? Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS

11 : Third Party System Democratic PlatformRepublican Platform Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS

12 Presidents Lincoln Grant Hayes 1881 Garfield Arthur Cleveland B. Harrison Cleveland McKinley Johnson Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS

13 The Tariff? Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS

14 Who did high tariffs hurt? Who did high tariffs help? Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS

15 Currency Crisis? Who wanted silver & gold?Who wanted gold? Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS

16 Political Machines & Party Bosses Machine Positives? Machine Negatives? Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS

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18 Civil Service Reform Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS

19 Ch 20: Politics & Expansion in an Industrializing Age ( ) Section 2: Politics of Privilege, Politics of Exclusion ( ) Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS

20 Left over from yesterday… Who won the early currency battle? (hint: Sherman Silver Purchase Act of 1890) What did Pendleton Civil Service Act create? In order to prevent? Name of the super high tariff passed during this time period? Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS

21 Ch 20: Pop Quiz #2 1.) Who won the election of 1884? His political party? 1 reason why he won? 2.) Who won the election of 1888? His political party? 1 reason why he won? 3.) Mugwumps use to be part of what political party prior to the 1884 election? 4.) What group in society supported the Granger Laws? 5.) What action did the Supreme Court rule was constitutional in the 1896 case, Plessey v Ferguson? Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS

22 Presidents Lincoln Grant Hayes 1881 Garfield Arthur Cleveland B. Harrison Cleveland McKinley Johnson Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS

23 Election of 1884 GROVER CLEVELAND JAMES BLAINE Once in office CLEVELAND… Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS

24 How did Cleveland win NEW YORK?? Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS

25 NEW YORK’s Machine Boss Tweed Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS

26 Election of 1888 Once in office HARRISON… GROVER CLEVELANDBenjamin HARRISON Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS

27 What’s Weird?? Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS

28 Name of the super high tariff during this time period? Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS

29 Driving of “The Last Spike” 1869 Transcontinental RR finished! Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS

30 What made transcontinental railroad construction possible? Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS

31 Farmers’ Complaint? Farmers and merchants who lived in the less-competitive areas felt that the railroad companies were engaging in practices that should be illegal. Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS

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34 What was happening to farm product prices at the market from the 1860s through the 1880s? What was happening technologically to farm production during this period? How did these things impact farmers? So, even though the railroad companies were arguing that railroad rates were dropping over this time period, would the farmers still feel taken advantage of by railroad companies? Why? Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS

35 What would be wrong with a state passing a law regulating railroad rates? Munn v. Illinois Wabash v. Illinois "The Congress shall have power … to regulate commerce with foreign nations, and among the several states, and with the Indian tribes;“ ~The Constitution Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS

36 Propose Legislation! Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS

37 Uncle Sam's "Wild West" (East and South) Show. The Interstate Commissioners Moving on the Animals. Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS

38 Politics of Exclusion Politically, who is lacking representation? Why are they not being represented? What is happening to them as a result? Are they doing anything to change this? The FARMERS A.) Not being represented… B.) Result was… C.) They started… Grange Movement? Munn v Illinois? 1886-Wabash v Illinois? ICC? Charles Macune? People’s Party? Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS

39 Politics of Exclusion Politically, who is lacking representation? Why are they not being represented? What is happening to them as a result? Are they doing anything to change this? African Americans A.) Not being represented… B.) Result was… C.) They started… Lynching? 1896 Plessey V Ferguson? Booker T Washington? W.E.B Dubois? Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS

40 This Weekend’s Homework A.) Chapter 20: 1890s: Politics of Depression – Focus: What caused the Depression? Who “bailed” the government out during the depression? Why is this troublesome? Populist Party Platform read and 4 Qs B.) Chapter 20: Expansionist Stirring and War with Spain – Focus: What are the different arguments for overseas expansion? Where do we gain “influence” during this time period? What do we gain/lose? Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS

41 Tuesday 11/13 Homework Read Ch 21: Progressive Era ( ) Section 1: Progressives and Their Ideas – Focus: Who are the Progressives? What aspects of life are they most interested in reforming? – Keep a list: name/org. and cause Section 2: Grassroots Progressivism – Focus: continue your list, also keep track of any successes the progressive reform movement was making Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS

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43 11/14 Wednesday Night’s Homework Chapter 21: Progressive Era ( ) Section 3: Progressivism and Social Control – What effect did “modern” entertainment and mass media in the cities have on the Progressive Movement? – How can Prohibition be seen as an attempt at “social control”? – What immigration restrictions were created during this time period? – Keep adding to your list of reformers/organizations and their causes. Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS

44 Pop Quiz #3 1.) Define yellow journalism. How/why was it used? 2.) What are two reasons jingoists believed in America’s expansion overseas? 3.) According to last night’s section of reading, what three main aspects of life did Progressives focus on reforming? 4.) What is a muckraker? Why are they crucial to the Progressive cause? 5.) In your opinion, what is the biggest flaw in the Progressive Movement? Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS

45 11/15 Thursday Night’s Homework Chapter 21: Progressive Era ( ) Section 4: Blacks, Women, and Workers Organize Focus: – Note differences within the groups. All agree on the end goal, but disagree on how to achieve it. (Especially the women leaders) – Keep listing reformers/organizations and their goals. – Make sure you are also listing the reforms that are being created (there were a lot in section 3) Created by Mrs. Bedard PVMHS


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