Chapter 17 HOMEWORK.docx - Chapter 17 Freedom\u2019s Boundaries at Home and Abroad 1890-1900 Part I(678-703 1 What were the origins and the significance of

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Chapter 17 Freedom’s Boundaries, at Home and Abroad, 1890-1900 Part I (678-703) 1.What were the origins and the significance of Populist movement? 2.Why is the election of 1896 called the first modern election? What does it have to do with the Wonderful Wizard of OZ? 3.Why did the promise of the New South never come to fruition? 4.How did the hope and promise of African-American political and social integration during the Reconstruction era begin to fade by the turn of the century in the South?
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