History 1302Week Five Assignment1.____________________________ were generally hurt by high tariffs.2.
One of the biggest problems farmers faced was falling _______________ _________________,caused in part by overproduction.
The Farmers’ Alliances accepted female and ___________________ members.
Farmers saw __________________________ and food processors as the main enemies to potential success in the agriculture industry.
The _________________ was created to deal with the isolation of farm folks.
In 1875, out of the independent political movements, grew a party calling itself the Independent National party, or more commonly known as the ____________________ party.
Unlike the Grange, which was a national organization that tended to attract larger and more prosperous farmers, the _____________________ was a grassroots organization that would become the largest and most dynamic farmers’ movement in American history.
____________________ ____________________________ ______________________ was ayoung fiery Populist speaker from Kansas who viewed the urban-industrial East as the enemy of the working class.
______________________ ___________________________ took the lead in urging AfricanAmerican tenant farmers and sharecroppers to join their white counterparts in ousting the white political elite.
While the farmers were funneling their discontent into politics and businessmen wereconsolidating their holdings, a fundamental weakness in the ____________________ was aboutto cause a major collapse.
_________________ and _____________________ coinage simply meant that owners of precious metals could have any quantity of their gold or silver coined free, except for a nominalfee to cover costs.
One of the causes of the 1893 depression was the failure of a major __________________ _____________________ which had led many British investors to sell their American holdingsin return for gold.
William Seward targeted __________________________ _____________________ in order toremove all foreign interests from the northern Pacific coast to gain access to the region’s valuable ports.