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Except for Grover Cleveland's two presidencies, which party controlled the White House and politics in the late 1800s? Republican---- Whig Democrat Know-Nothings What did Chester A. Arthur want to prevent by signing the Pendleton Act authorizing the Civil Service Commission? monopolies----- using federal jobs as political rewards avoidance of military service unsafe working conditions Of the following problems, which was the biggest one that farmers faced in the late 1800s? drought competition from abroad crop lien system--- high railroad fees Which organization was not formed to relieve farmers' problems? Grange Colored Alliance--- Farm Aid Farmers' Alliances What was the main reason that the Populist Party failed? Members could not raise enough money for expenses. The party did not look forward to economic and industrial expansion. William Jennings Bryan no longer supported them after he lost the election. The Republicans took over the party platform after Roosevelt became president.---- Which was not a goal of the progressive movement? eliminating political and business corruption---- making government more transparent improving farm conditions reducing social problems Who led the progressive movement in Wisconsin, where he served as governor? Hiram Johnson Charles Evans Hughes Robert LaFollette---- Thomas Johnson What were some of Theodore Roosevelt's goals for "New Nationalism" during his presidency? conservation and business reform antitrust legislation and elimination of income taxes---- farm protection legislation and referendum initiatives professional political managers and monopoly reduction Lincoln Steffens, Ida Tarbell, and Upton Sinclair were muckrakers. What did they do? wrote the first gossip columns for urban newspapers uncovered and reported on political and business corruption met with political leaders to advise them about corruption behind the scenes----- devised a systematic trash collection system for the city of Chicago The answers are the ones with lines next to them.

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