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Chapter 23 1. “Waving the bloody shirt”: * a term used during elections for those who fought in the Civil War * many used this to win the election during the reconstruction 2. Tweed Ring: * “Boss” Tweed * Corrupt powerful in machine politics 3. Credit Mobilier Scandal: * Union Pacific railroad company created a construction company to steal money from the government- gov. pays for railroads * Important because government money was stolen 4. Panic of 1873: * production was greater than demanded * soft (paper) vs. hard (gold and silver) money; Greenback labor party- wanted more greenbacks- they elected 14 members of congress (party of farmers) 5. Gilded Age: * known as the “era of good stealing’s” * politics used the term “waving the bloody shirt” 6. Compromise of 1877: * Hayes (rep.) and Tilden (dem.) ran in the 1877 election * Hayes wins and reconstruction ends and the creation of the Jim Crow laws happens 7. Sharecropping: * after the slaves were freed they went back to work on the plantations but as sharecroppers * Sharecroppers always in debt 8. Jim Crow: * Southern states passed laws to deny civil rights to freedmen; white supremacy * Pole tax- pay tax because you exist- only enforced on freedmen- right to vote 9. Plessy v. Ferguson: * Supreme Court case- a black man bought a first class train ticket. * Court ruled “separate but equal” is constitutional 10. Chinese Exclusion Act: * West Coast laborers were threatened by Chinese laborers * act bans all Chinese immigrants 11. Pendleton Act: * begins to mark end of spoil system * Not about who you know but what you know- qualified for jobs 12. Grover Cleveland: * lower the tariff- rep. wanted to raise it to hurt farmers and the gov took in more money than…...

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