Sky high Republican tariff of 1890 that caused widespread anger among farmers

Sky high republican tariff of 1890 that caused

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Sky-high Republican tariff of 1890 that caused widespread anger among farmers in the Midwest and the South 14. Populists Insurgent political party that gained widespread support among farmers in the 1890s 15. Grandfather Clause Notorious clause in southern voting laws that exempted from literacy tests and poll taxes anyone whose ancestors had voted in 1860, thereby excluding blacks D. Matching People, Places, and Events Match the person, place, or event in the left column with the proper description in the right column by inserting the correct letter on the blank line.
1. D Ulysses S. Grant 2. B Jim Fisk 3. A Boss Tweed 4. N Horace Greeley 5. J Samuel Tilden 6. H Denis Kearney 7. I Tom Watson 8. K Roscoe Conkling 9. O James G. Blaine 10. C Rutherford B. Hayes 11. G James Garfield 12. E Jim Crow 13. L Grover Cleveland 14. F William Jennings Bryan 15. M J. P. Morgan h. Irish-born leader of the anti-Chinese movement in California i. Radical Populist leader whose early success turned sour and who then became a vicious racist j. New York prosecutor of Boss Tweed who later lost in the disputed presidential election of 1876 k. Imperious New York senator and leader of the Stalwart faction of Republicans l. First Democratic president since the Civil War; defender of
laissez-faireeconomics and low tariffs m. Enormously wealthy banker whose secret bailout of the federal government in 1895 aroused fierce public anger n. Colorful, eccentric newspaper editor who carried the Liberal Republican and Democratic banners against Grant in 1872 o. Charming but corrupt Half-Breed Republican senator and presidential nominee in 1884 E. Putting Things in Order Put the following events in correct order by numbering them from 1 to 5. 1. 1 A bitterly disputed presidential election is resolved by a complex political deal that ends Reconstruction in the South. 2. 4 Two unscrupulous financiers use corrupt means to manipulate New York gold markets and the U.S. Treasury. 3. 3 A major economic depression causes widespread social unrest and the rise of the Populist party as a vehicle of protest. 4. 2 Grant administration scandals split the Republican party, but Grant overcomes the inept opposition to win reelection.

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