Chapter 26 and 23 B

Chapter 26 and 23 B - Chapter 26 and 23 B A. Cleveland's...

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Chapter 26 and 23 B A.Cleveland’s First Presidency a. issues A. civil service reform support the mugwumps demand for reform or support Democrat faithful who wanted jobs. B. Civil War pensions GAR-> veterans Cleveland often vetoes b. Cleveland’s philosophy of government A. laissez-faire- government would be hands off c. Tariff A. produces revenue B. protect industry C. Republican-> raise it-> would get the surplus Pensions D. Cleveland-> lower-> supports the consumers d. Election 1888 A. Democrat-Cleveland B. Republican-Harrison
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Support from industrialists B. Harrison 1. McKinley Tariff a. raised b. little guy felt used c. consequences- mid term election of 1890, Republicans lose C. Plight of the Farmer 1. Homestead Act- Was a way for the government to get people to move to the central part of the country. 2. Turner Thesis- Was Fredrick Turner’s thought that developing the frontier was essential 3. End of the frontier a. Safety valve 4. Farm and Factory a. from subsistence to mass production farming
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