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78.In 1886, the Supreme Court decided in the case of Wabash, St. Louis, and Pacific Railway Co. v. Illinoisthat an Illinois Granger law wasA.unconstitutional because it infringed on Congress’s exclusive power over interstate commerce.B.constitutional because states have the power to regulate commerce in their own borders.C.unconstitutional because it violated the Fourteenth Amendment.D.constitutional because it had been passed by both houses of the Illinois state legislature.E.unconstitutional because it violated the protections afforded in the First Amendment.
79.The Interstate Commerce Act of 1887
80.In the late nineteenth century, the Granger laws supported the interests of
81.Compared to the Grange movement, the Farmers’ Alliances
82.The election of 1892A.saw Populism do well at the local level but fail to elect anyone to Congress.B.exposed the declining political power of farmers.C.saw the Republicans sweep into dominant power.D.saw few Populist-backed candidates get elected.E.saw the debut of the People’s Party.
83.In the 1890s, Populism appealed to
84.In 1892, the People’s Party called for
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