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Panic of 1893…Were William H. Harvey’s views more consistent with Jacksonianand intellectualStock market crashed as a result of over speculation. Many railroads went into bankruptcy as a result of Democrats or Lincoln Republicans. Explain your answer.
2000this event,“Coxey’s Army,” illustrate a turning point in American politics?
McKinley, Hanna, and Republicans…Republicans nominated McKinley for his support of a high protective tariff but also considered a fried of labor. Republicans offered the American people the promise of a strong and prosperous industrial nation
Turning Point in American Politics: 1896 Continued…Key Concepts and Main IdeasNotesThe “Gilded AgewitnessedMcKinley’s Presidency…new cultural and intellectualMcKinley was a well liked well traveled presidentwho tried to bring conflicting interests together.movements in tandem withHe helped make the United States a world powerpolitical debates overeconomic and socialpolicies.Significance of the Election of 1896… Populist Demise… Urban Dominance… Beginning of Modern Politics…EXPLAIN THOROUGHLY…The election marked the end of the stalemate and stagnation that characterized politics in the Gilded Age.

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