Chapter 20-21 - Study Guide Chapters 20-21(Hist 1302...

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Study Guide. Chapters 20-21 (Hist 1302) Chapter 20. Politics and Expansion in an Industrializing Age ID: Charles Guiteau 1. What did the Republicans want? And the Democrats? ID: Lucy Hayes (Lemonade Lucy) 2. Regulating the money supply in the Populist era. Why did the farmers want more silver dollars? a. “Was the Grange correct in blaming greedy railroads and middlemen for farm problems?” ID: Chester A. Arthur, Civil Service Act, Grover Cleveland , Grange , Mary E. Lease, Populist Party, Tom Watson, Plessy vs. Ferguson, Booker T. Washington, Jacob Coxy and his tramp army, Cross of Gold 3. What were some of the motives behind American expansion? (p.471) ID: Queen Liliokalani, Valeriano Weyler, The Maine, San Juan Hill, Platt Amendment 4. What were the four territories acquired after the Spanish American war? ID: Anti-Imperialist League, Emilio Aguinaldo Chapter 21. The Progressive Era 5. Progressivism had many sides to it a. What was the basic idea? Who were the progressives? b. How did Progressives should reform the political process in the cities?
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