Politics in the Age of Enterprise, 1877–1896. The Politics of the Status Quo, 1877–1893 The National Scene The Ideology of Individualism The Supremacy of the Courts. Political stalemate was the rule for most of the last quarter of the nineteenth century.
Politics and the People individualism had become and also how low American politicians had fallen in the esteem of their countrymen
were also party issues and lent deep significance to party affiliation.
Race and Politics in the New South suffrage, to Abigail Duniway’s thinking, resulted in the defeat of woman’ suffrage there