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History class notes

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sonia on Monday March 2, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to History 151 at University of Massachusetts taught by in Winter2015. Since its upload, it has received 10 views. For similar materials see 151 in History at University of Massachusetts.

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Date Created: 03/02/15
Sonia Weir Feb 11 The power of culture Entertainment and things to do A marker of personal and group identity A safe haven where we can be ourselves En enclave of supporting institutions An arena of social change and political struggle Rethinking the 18905 Social composition Upper class was no more than 3 Middle class still very small Middle class cultural rebels Victory overJay Gould Rebirth of Trade Unions Pullman 1894 Lattimer Panic of 189397 Anarchist Revival Alexander Berkman shoots Henry Clay Frick 1893 Leon Csolgosz assassinates President McKinley 1901 Populist Party Challenge Populist Party Objectives that happened quotRestoration of democracy via initiative referendum recall direct election of US Senators graduated income tax 8 hour workday Secret baot Australian James Weaver 1892 Populist Party Objectives that do not happen 1 Gov ownership of railroads grain elevatios communications 2 2 no land speculation and for settlers 3 gov owning banks 4 postal banks for farm loans and commodity price controls 5 free silver 6 eliminate middle men cooperatives enterprises


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