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  • Gilded Age Politics Party Politics Reform Garfield and Arthur Blaine and Cleveland Cleveland and Reform Harrison and the Surplus Cleveland Back Again
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  • Republicans
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  • More Conservative
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  • Republicans More Conservative Native Born White or Southern Black
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  • Republicans More Conservative Native Born White or Southern Black Probably a Protestant
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  • Republicans More Conservative Native Born White or Southern Black Probably a Protestant Possibly a Union Civil War Veteran
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  • Republicans More Conservative Native Born White or Southern Black Probably a Protestant Possibly a Union Civil War Veteran Most Progressive Reformers were Republicans
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  • Democrats
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  • More Liberal
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  • Democrats More Liberal Less inclined to interfere with Business
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  • Democrats More Liberal Less inclined to interfere with Business Most outsiders were Democrats
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  • Democrats More Liberal Less inclined to interfere with Business Most outsiders were Democrats Almost all Southern Whites
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  • Democrats More Liberal Less inclined to interfere with Business Most outsiders were Democrats Almost all Southern Whites Most Immigrants and Roman Catholics were also Democrats, as were Jews
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  • Party Politics
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  • Republicans split into two camps
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  • Party Politics Republicans split into two camps Stalwarts- led by Roscoe P. Conkling
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  • Party Politics Republicans split into two camps Stalwarts- led by Roscoe P. Conkling Half-Breeds- led by James G. Blaine
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  • U.S. Grant
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  • James G. Blaine
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  • James A. Garfield
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  • Chester A. Arthur
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  • BlaineJames G. Blaine
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  • Grover Cleveland
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  • Interstate Commerce Act 1887 Created to regulate rates on railroads, but largely a government agency with no enforcement power.
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  • Benjamin Harrison
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  • William McKinley
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  • Grover Cleveland