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History-factories and the workforce
Updated: 2/27/2019
History-factories and the workforce
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  • The farmers alliance improved my farm. 
  • I am William McKinley and I won the election.
  • I am William Jennings Bryan and I lost. 
  • Here is $500 for that amount of gold. 
  • Farmers Alliance- an American agrarian movement during the 1870s that sought to improve the economic conditions for farmers through the creation of cooperatives and political advocacy.
  • 1896 Presidential Election. The United States presidential election, saw Republican William McKinley defeat Democrat William Jennings Bryan in a campaign that is the most dramatic in U.S. history.
  • The population has increased so much since I was born!
  • Tell me about it, I am 25, and there have been over 45,000,000 people born since I have been alive!
  • The Silverites were members of a political movement in the United States in the late 19th century that advocated that silver should continue to be the currency along with gold under the Coinage act of 1792.
  • I can't believe that William McKinley won the election! 
  • I know! It is going to completely change the government!
  • In the mid 1800’s, countries wanted to standardize translations with the world trade market. They made the gold standard system, and it means that any amount of paper money can be redeemed for the same amount in gold.
  • It is an exchange because the gold is the same value of the money.
  • The the 1800's, the population of the United States of America was 62,979,766 people. At this time we were increasing our population at a rate of about 15,000,000 people a decade.
  • The Panic of 1893 was a serious economic depression that affected all sectors of the economy. It started in 1893, and it ended in 1897. It also created a violent disruption to the governemt.
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