The Colored Farmers’ Alliance staged a strike in their effort to:
In late nineteenth-century Europe, which of the following “races” was NOT considered among the most “fit”?
The powerful Southern Farmers’ Alliance had its origins in:
In general, most attempts to eliminate government use of the Confederate battle flag in the South:
The leaders of the Grange:
The Zionist movement encouraged Jews to immigrate to:
Which description is the best portrayal of the Southern Farmers’ Alliance?
Around the turn of the twentieth century, wages in the South:
Traditional southerners felt that urban development in the South was:
For the last two decades of the nineteenth century and much of the twentieth century, the Republican Party had the least success in the:
When T. McCants Stewart, a black northerner, traveled to the South in 1885, he was:
The main reason for low cotton prices in the 1890s was:
Grandfather clauses and poll taxes were used to:
Which statement best describes the subtreasury plan?
What modern-day commodity became successful in the South by the early 1900s?