Checkpoint Farmers Revolt and American Imperialism

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Farmers Revolt and American Imperialism HIS/ 125 William Shepardson
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Factions of the Republican Party constantly quarreled over issues Loyalty to particular party lines had to also be a factor as the text informs us that “party loyalty rarely wavered” (Davidson, Gienapp, Heyrman, Lytle & Stoff, 2006, p581). “Cultural Loyalties” (Davidson, et al) shaped political loyalties which accounted for the fact that neither party leader could count on majority support Candidates of the Presidency lacked strong opinions Most voters were White/disenfranchisement of African American citizens as well as lack of women voters (in most Western states) In comparing the relationship between the issues in which the political system dealt with in the Gilded Age and our current American system of Government; one factor stands out as being totally different and that is that our Presidential Candidates certainly do not lack strong opinions on issues. Every issue from Health Reform to Same-Sex Marriage, the very definition of
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