The People"s Party campaign book, 1892 by Thomas E. Watson

Cover of: The People

Published by Arno Press in New York .

Written in English

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  • United States

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  • Presidents -- United States -- Election -- 1892.

Edition Notes

Reprint of the 1892 ed. published by the National Watchman Pub. Co., Washington, which was issued as no. 1 of National Watchman economic series.

Book details

StatementThomas E. Watson.
SeriesAmerican farmers and the rise of agribusiness, National Watchman economic series ;, no. 1.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsJK2371 .W3913 1975
The Physical Object
Pagination386 p.
Number of Pages386
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5064537M
ISBN 100405068395
LC Control Number74030663
OCLC/WorldCa1175991

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The People's Party, also known as the Populist Party or simply the Populists, was a left-wing agrarian populist lateth-century political party in the United States.

The Populist Party emerged in the early s as an important force in the Southern United States and the Western United States, but the party collapsed after it nominated Democrat William Jennings The Peoples Party campaign book in the United Leader: James B.

Weaver, William Jennings Bryan. The United States presidential election was the 28th quadrennial presidential election, held on Tuesday, November 3, Former Governor William McKinley, the Republican candidate, defeated Democrat William Jennings campaign, which took place during an economic depression The Peoples Party campaign book as the Panic ofwas a realigning election that ended the old Third Party System and Turnout: % pp.

The People’s Party Hand-Book of Facts. was crafted by the State Executive Committee of the People’s Party (also known as the Populist Party) of North Carolina. Although the Populists attempted an alliance with the Democrats during the campaign, this hand-book served as an attack against the Democratic Party and its record of governance.

Even before the right of the ballot was bestowed, the women believing in the teachings of that party had formed societies for its aid in the campaign of February,the Woman's Industrial Legion, a Populist secret order, opened headquarters in Denver and Author: Joseph G.

Brown. Populist Party Platform () The People's party, more commonly known as the Populist party, was organized in St. Louis in to represent the common folk—especially farmers—against the entrenched interests of railroads, bankers, processers, The Peoples Party campaign book, and the politicians in league with such interests.

the jobless to work building roads. How did the People's Party fare in the presidential election of. The People's Party captured more than a million votes In the mids, the American press portrayed the Populist Party as Cranks, lunatics, and idiots Which issue sparked conflict in the Democratic and Republican Parties as the election of approached and the depression worsened.

The election of is sometimes called the first modern presidential campaign, in part because of the amount of money spent- William McKinley raised some $10 million.

True Inin one of the most decisive shifts in congressional power in American history, the nation's urban working class shifted en masse to the Republican Party, and.

The Populist Party (formally, The People's Party) was an American third party that flourished Based on a coalition of wheat farmers in the Plains states, cotton tenant farmers in the deep South, silver miners in the West, and coal miners in 1892 book Midwest, it carried several states in the election.

It suffered heavy losses to the resurgent Republican party inand in The book closes with an analysis of the virulent campaign of white supremacy engineered by threatened Democrats and the ultimate downfall of already quarreling Populists and Republicans.

With the defeat of the Populist ticket, North Carolina joined other southern states by entering an era of segregation and systematic disfranchisement. At lectures, rallies, and campaign events, Populists gave away and sold their literature. As a result of the efforts, Populist candidates in the South and Midwest won elections in The party took control of the Kansas legislature when 92 Populists were voted into office.

Two years later more candidates from the People’s Party were elected. The United States presidential election was the 27th quadrennial presidential election, held on Tuesday, November 8, In a rematch of the closely contested presidential election, former Democratic President Grover Cleveland defeated incumbent Republican President Benjamin and's victory made him the first and to date only person in American history to be Turnout: % pp.

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Populism found an official name with the Populist Party, or People’s Party, inadopting much of the Greenback Party’s platform, supporting a. a collection of political cartoons from the watershed presidential campaign that marked America's transition to the twentieth century. Cartoons from around the country and from three parties in the election--Republican, Democratic, and Populist--with party platforms, contemporary comment, and explorations of campaign themes.

People's Party, or the Populist Party, after the presidential campaign appeared to have the strength to become a potent force in American politics.

In the congressional races the People's Party candidates polled more than million votes and elected a number of candidates to both the U. Senate and House of Representatives. James B. Weaver, the Populist party’s presidential candidate in the election, summed up the feelings of the many American Farmers during this time in his work, A Call to Action: An Interpretation of the Great Uprising (Document F).

His interpretations of the feelings of farmers during that time were on point, but the truth is that what he was saying about the monopolies wasn’t too. In the Populist Party ran James B. Weaver of Iowa as its first presidential candidate. In Georgia the party nominated William L.

Peek of Rockdale County for far, however, the party's most exciting candidate was Tom Watson of McDuffiewho was one of the state's most promising young politicians, had been elected to Congress in as a Southern Alliance.

This extensive and rich treasure trove of cartoons from Populist newspapers of the s tells the story of one of the most successful third-party movements in American history. The arguments made in these illustrations resonated with late nineteenth-century readers, as evidenced by the continued use of the term Populist.

This selection of cartoons and Worth Robert Miller’s commentary give. Comments by the State Democratic Committee on the Hand Book Issued by the Peoples [sic] Party State Executive Committee. A Discussion of the Contents of This Book, Showing That It Is Not Issued in the Interest of the Populist Party.

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“The Text-Book for the Reform Campaign of ”. The Populist campaign destroyed the Alliance organization, which signaled a dangerous erosion of the social movement that undergirded the party, eventually leading to its demise.

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the nomination in as the Peoples' Party nominee for the presidency of James B. Weaver, the unsuccessful candidate of the Greenback Party in It will be sufficient to quote an editorial the following day from the Washing-ton Star, which could be duplicated from many other papers.

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InDonnelly wrote the preamble of the People's Party's Omaha Platform for the presidential campaign of that year. He was nominated for Vice President of the United States in /5.

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