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46. New Entertainment – bitches and hoes. 47. Collegiate Expansion through the Morill and Hatch Acts. 48. Morill Act – passed after the South seceded, granted land for colleges, and the colleges, in return, provided services like military training 49. Hatch Act – extended the Morrill Act, and provided federal funds for establishment of agricultural experimentations. 50. Election of 1876 – Rutherford B Hayes, a Republican wins through the Old 8 to 7 51. Election of 1880 – Republican James Garfield wins, is assassinated by Charles Guiteau, and Chester A. Arthur, Stalwart, becomes President 52. Election of 1884 – Democrat Grover Cleveland wins, but only works on pension due to Republican Congress 53. Election of 1888 – major issue is tariff, Republican Harrison wins 54. Election of 1892 – Democrat Cleveland wins
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55. Election of 1896 – gold v silver, Republican Willy McKinley wins 56. Mugwumps – left the republican party and supported Cleveland in 1884 57. Stalwarts – Roscoe Conklin, Chester A. Arthur, old school Republicans 58. Half-Breeds – James. G. Blaine 59. Civil Service Reform – advocated after Garfield is killed 60. Pendleton Act of 1883 – sets up a Civil Service Commission, and requires that applicants pass an exam for government jobs. 61. Tariff Reform – the main issue in the election of 1888, due to a high tariff, there was a huge surplus in the treasury. 62. McKinley Tariff, passed by Ben Harrison, raises the tariff rate to 48% 63. Free Silver – advocated by Populists and WJB 64. Boss Tweed – NYC mobster who stole $100 million from the government, worked out of Tammany Hall, and aided immigrants. 65. WJB and ’96 – cross of gold speech. 66. Forgettable Presidents – USG, Hayes, Garfield, Arthur, Cleveland, Harrison, McKinley
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