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Farmers and the Populist Movement

Farmers and the Populist Movement

Farmers and the Populist Movement. Main Idea Farmers united to address their economic problems, giving rise to the Populist movement. Why it Matters Now Many of the Populist reform issues, such as income tax and legally protected rights of workers, are now taken for granted.

By sinead
(315 views)

Corruption in Latin America

Corruption in Latin America

Corruption in Latin America. The effects on growth and decisions. Outline. What is Corruption and How is it Measured Corruption in Latin America – some high profile cases The Economics of Corruption Corruption Helps the Economy? Foreign Direct Investment Social Impact of Corruption

By geri
(452 views)

Chapter 7

Chapter 7

Chapter 7. Chapter 8 sec 1 page 165. Segregation The Jim Crow Era Plessy v Ferguson The Populist Movement Ida B Wells Lynchings. Section 1: The Jim Crow Era. Main Idea

By vadin
(142 views)

Wizard of Oz: An Allegory for the Populist Movement in the 1890’s

Wizard of Oz: An Allegory for the Populist Movement in the 1890’s

Wizard of Oz: An Allegory for the Populist Movement in the 1890’s. American History 2010-11. Allegory. Mode of representation that conveys the meaning of a message through symbolic figures and actions. Examples: Grim Reaper = Death X-men = racial minorities

By joshua
(177 views)

Inflation/Deflation

Inflation/Deflation

Inflation/Deflation. What is inflation? What could the government do to fight this? What is deflation? What could the government do to fight this? Which is worse? Why?. Farmers and the Populist Movement. Ch. 13.3. I. Farmers ’ Problems. Debts

By brick
(193 views)

Bell ringer

Bell ringer

Bell ringer. Why did the cattle industry become a big business in the late 1800’s?. Farmers and the Populist Movement. Farmers Unite to Address Common Problems. Farmers go into debt because of deflation and high shipping costs

By adila
(118 views)

The Populism Movement

The Populism Movement

The Populism Movement. The Creation and Goals of the People’s Party. Creation of the Populist Party. The Populist Party developed from farmers in the South and West. Farmers had organized into the Grange and Farmers’ Alliances. These groups organized to form the Populism Movement.

By evania
(173 views)

Goal 4: Western Expansion

Goal 4: Western Expansion

Goal 4: Western Expansion . Plains Indians . Great Plains or Great American Desert Thought to be uninhabitable Americans generalized all “Indians” into one group without recognizing the significant differences between tribes Nomadic lifestyle Moved with the herds and the land

By dessa
(117 views)

The Gilded Age (1875-1900)

The Gilded Age (1875-1900)

The Gilded Age (1875-1900). Type 1 Writing. What are the strengths and weaknesses of the American political system at the federal level today? (2 minutes) Discussion. I. Political Life. Most Americans were deeply involved in political activity. Mostly white males. Democrats –

By marci
(66 views)

Populism and the Wizard of Oz

Populism and the Wizard of Oz

Populism and the Wizard of Oz. L. Frank Baum’s Novel Used as Political Allegory for the Populist and Silver Movement. Please Note…. Most historians do not subscribe to Baum’s intent of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz as a political allegory.

By emelda
(189 views)

Powerpoint Jeopardy

Powerpoint Jeopardy

Powerpoint Jeopardy. Which factor directly affected the settlement of New England in the 1600s? Religious persecution in Great Britain The opportunity to cultivate tobacco Growing conflict with Southern farmers The chance to participate in the slave trade Colonial Times – 10 points.

By lani
(146 views)

Migration & Industrialization 1860s-1900

Migration & Industrialization 1860s-1900

Migration & Industrialization 1860s-1900. Chapter 13, 14, 15. Great Plains Indians. 13.1. Osage. Sioux. Cheyenne. Iowa. Great Plains Indians. 13.1. 1800:Hunters dependent on wildlife… buffalo Used all parts of the buffalo 1885: 1,000 buffalo remain. Why Americans push west. 13.1.

By anoush
(145 views)

Ch. 20: Commonwealth and Empire

Ch. 20: Commonwealth and Empire

Ch. 20: Commonwealth and Empire. Utopian society Nationalist gov’t: Workers make decision All cared for Gov’t by the people Egalitarian society Unrealistic due to Big business and capitalism. American Communities: Cooperative Commonwealth. 20.1: Towards a National Governing Class.

By lilika
(102 views)

The Wizard of Oz

The Wizard of Oz

The Wizard of Oz. A Parable of the Populist Era. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum. Book was written in 1900 when the Populist movement was a relatively “current event” in American politics. The Characters. Dorothy “Every person” with common sense The Scarecrow The farmers

By shiela
(104 views)

Important Words & Concepts

Important Words & Concepts

populist. Bi-metalism. Important Words & Concepts. Gold standard. Plight of farmers. Populist. In pairs, try and create as many words as you can using the letters “ popu . ” Example: popu lation. Using the words you came up with, can you guess the meaning of the word populist ?.

By oprah
(107 views)

Populism: An Overview

Populism: An Overview

Populism: An Overview. Populism. A general definition: A political philosophy supporting the rights and power of the people in their struggle against the privileged elite.

By gazit
(211 views)

Warm-Up

Warm-Up

Warm-Up. “To preserve liberty against the special-privilege grabbers you must keep your hand on your ballot, your eye on your legislator and your mind on the course of your government.” - James Hogg - Texas Populist Leader. Warm-Up.

By matteo
(80 views)

Outline for Week 9 (week of Mon 3 March 2008)

Outline for Week 9 (week of Mon 3 March 2008)

Outline for Week 9 (week of Mon 3 March 2008) Week #9 Readings: Henretta, pp. 597-627; Marten, pp. 63-70, 76-112, 123-140, and 145-154; Critical Thinking Module “ Jane Addams and Hull House Analysis Paper #2 due today Discussion Themes:

By lovey
(184 views)

The Wizard of Oz

The Wizard of Oz

The Wizard of Oz. A Parable of the Populist Era. Book was written in 1900 when the Populist movement was a relatively current event in American politics. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum. The Characters. Dorothy “Every person” with common sense The Scarecrow The farmers

By creighton-johan
(125 views)

Chapter 8 POLITICS IN THE GILDED AGE

Chapter 8 POLITICS IN THE GILDED AGE

Chapter 8 POLITICS IN THE GILDED AGE. Section 1: Political Machines Section 2: Restoring Honest Government Section 3: The Populist Movement. Section 3: The Populist Movement. Objectives:. What factors led to economic hardships for farmers?

By raja-mccarty
(112 views)

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