APUSH Princeton ch12 vocabulary

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Political arm of the Populist movement
Led the fight for women suffrage
Raised the level of duties on imported goods by 50%
Provided land and money for agricultural colleges in the West
Invented the lightbulb
Gave people 160 acres out west if they built a homestead there for 5 years
More successful than the Grange
Continued US ownership of Cuba
Created in the Pendleton Act to oversee examinations for potential government employees
Indian victory where Custer died
Landless farmers forced into a state of near slavery
Method sharecroppers rented land
One of the first labor unions comprised of skilled and unskilled workers
Company buys out all factors of the industry
Treaty ending the Spanish-American War
Ship that exploded in the Havana harbor, igniting the Spanish-American War
Incident that was blamed on labor unions
Newspapers that sold a story, not just news
Leader of the AFL
Exemplification of battle among the people, government, and courts
Group of corrupt men who helped the unfortunate in exchange for votes
Pre-Populist movement that turned political at its end
Thesis that pondered the effect of a closed frontier
Company that owned enough stock in an industry that it gained a monopoly
Successful labor union comprised of only skilled workers
Led a series of unsuccessful strikes with the Knights leading to their downfall
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Unions made up exclusively of workers within a single trade
First federal regulatory law
Purchased Alaska and increased nationalism
Small companies forming together to get a monopoly
Promoted Social Darwinism and was a philanthropist
Created the Civil Service Commission
Darwin's theory applied to everyday modern life
Owning the whole industry
Political bosses' organizations
Companies following policies to enlargen their corporations
Movement to better all laborers and farmers
Led the Socialists
Last quarter of nineteenth century often called the
Down to Earth, civil rights protagonist, often called accommodationist
Community centers like the Hull House founded to help the needy
Using wealth to help others
Responsible for newspaper industry growth
Gold standard president
Concept of 'the cheaper the product, the more they sold'
Adjective describing someone who accommodates
Severe assimilation plan for Indians
Ford's policy and secret to success that sped production
Free silver Populist candidate
Founder of Hull House
Ruled that the Constitution does not follow the flag

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