chapter 22 - Ch 22 Gilded Age Politics and Agrarian Revolt...

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Ch. 22 Gilded Age Politics and Agrarian Revolt 1/30/08 Review – latter part of the 19 th  century factories went up in cities due to 2 nd  industrial revolution immigration and growth of cities technological innovations rise of the suburbs rural ideal that led to suburbanization Nativist response  working class housing – the bad and the good – saloons, baseball games,  entertainment rise of the Settlement House Movement; women’s employment and suffrage  movement now we will move from the realm of the city to the realm of the countryside 1890 – years of political mediocrity in which politicians refused to tackle the tough  issues because of the lack of government interest in farmers’ concerns, farmers decided  to take matters into their own hands
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