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Why were Americans fascinated by politics during the Gilded Age?
Which of the following groups made up the bulk of the electorate until 1900?
In the South, a "grandfather clause" waived the literacy requirement for voters whose ancestors had ________.
Following the impeachment of Andrew Johnson, ________.
Many early commissions in the 1870s were established to regulate the ________ industry.
The man who entered the White House after the disputed election of 1876 was ________.
During his first term in office, Grover Cleveland ________.
Supporters of the free coinage of silver ________.
Which was an organization of farmers that formed during the late 1880s?
The primary objective of the Alliance movement was to ________.
The Populist candidate for president in 1892 was ________.
The individual who rocketed to national attention because of the Pullman strike was ________.
The president broke the Pullman strike on grounds that it ________.
The president of the United States during the depression that began in 1893 was ________.
Which of the following was an unintended result of the repeal of the Sherman Silver Purchase Act?
The election of 1894 was noteworthy because ________.
The greatest change in American literature during the late 1800s was the rise of ________.
The dominant issue of the election of 1896 was ________.
When the Democrats endorsed silver in 1896, the Populists ________.
The two major presidential candidates of the 1896 election were ________.
How did the election of 1896 affect the Populists?
As president, William McKinley ________.
Which of the following was part of the Republican Party platform in the post-Civil War era?
What were the opinions of Democrats and Republicans with regard to tariffs in the 1880s?
What was the result of the 1895 Supreme Court case involving the E. C. Knight Company?
Why was the Republican-controlled Congress elected in 1890 notable?
In 1890, the American electorate rejected ________.
Why did the Colored Farmers' National Alliance end?
Which of these describe the Ocala Demands?
What was one result of the election of 1892?
In the Pullman strike of 1894, what did Grover Cleveland's intervention accomplish?
Why did Populists not gain as many seats in Congress as they had expected in the 1894 election?
What was the significance of a 1901 study of working-class families?
During the 1890s, writers who rejected romanticism often wrote ________.
Why did support for free silver coinage grow rapidly from 1894 to 1896?
Why did the Populists nominate Tom Watson for vice president in the 1896 election?
Which best describes the decision that shattered the Populist Party in 1896?
President McKinley attempted to direct the Republicans toward ________.
Which of the following is NOT true of American politics in the 1870s and 1880s?
What was the general difference between the Democrats and Republicans in the late 1800s?
Which of the following was NOT a complaint among farmers in the late nineteenth century?
Which of these gave rise to the Populists?
Which of the following was NOT a consequence of the depression of 1893?
Which of the following lists events in the correct chronological order?
Why was silver not just a political or economic issue but a social movement in the 1890s?