Farmer's Revolt - We are now living in our own gilded age National wealth has grown as well as the opportunity for successful entrepreneurs to

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1 Farmer’s Revolt Tonia Stoneman HIS/125 Rona Gunter March 30, 2011
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List the factors that led to political stalemate and the subsquent farmers revolt in the late 19th century? Granger Laws Tenancy Populist party Sharecropping Overproduction of crops Falling prices The crisis of 1890’s Write a 100- to 150-word response addressing the relationship between the issues the political system dealt with in the Gilded Age and current American political issues. Are they similar or different? Why? There were many issues in the gilded age. The country faced a period of greed, corruption, and industrial competition (Davidson et al., 2006). The monopolies that the nation dealt with also brought wealth and philanthropy. Exploitation of workers also led to unions that support them. The corruption in politics also led to reforms to restore democracy (Shmoop Univeristy, Inc. 2011).
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Unformatted text preview: We are now living in our own gilded age. National wealth has grown as well as the opportunity for successful entrepreneurs to achieve wealth. This has lead to technological and cultural advancement. The middle and lower class workers pretty much have stayed middle and lower class. This day in age is very similar to the gilded age of the late 19 th century. We face some of the same problems that they did. Our government is filled with corruption. We have many extremely wealthy people that come close to having monopolies like Bill Gates. References Davidson, J., Gienapp, W., Heyrman, C., Lytle, M., & Stoff, M. (2006). Nation of nations: A concise narrative of the American Republic (4th ed. Vols. 1, 2, and Combined). Boston: McGraw Hill. ISBN 0-07-297087-1. Shmoop University, Inc. . (2011). Shmoop Gamma . Retrieved from http://www.shmoop.com on March 30, 2011....
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This note was uploaded on 06/10/2011 for the course HIS/125 AAFO0NDH19 taught by Professor Gunter during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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