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Q: In the 1890 American farmers joined city workers to support what?
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What country joined revolutionary war on Americans side?

American revolutionaries were aided by France.

Who was Mary Elizabeth Lease and what did she do?

Mary Elizabeth"Ellen" Lease was a Populist Orator, she gave public speeches about the lack of respect that farmers had around te 1800s. Her most famous quote is that farmers should " rise less corn and more hell." SHe livedin Kansas and joined the People's (Populist) Party and was so powerful and emotional speaker.

What was the results of Boston tea party?

More colonists joined the patriots to fight in the American Revolutionary War.

How old was Marquis De Lafayette when he came to America to fight?

Marquis De Lafayette was 20 years old when he joined in the fight of the American Revolutionary War. The year he teamed up with the American military was 1777.

What did masssachusetts farmers rebel against their state legislature?

Following the War of Independence, the farmers in Massachusetts were left dispossessed of their land and bankrupt. In 1786, Daniel Shays sought help from the state legislature to ease the burden of the farmers. He and his fellow farmers were hoping for relief as instituted in other states. The current legislature refused to help and the Federal Government could not help because the governing document at the time was "The Articles of Confederation" which gave no power for the Federal Government to intercede. Shays had over 1,100 farmers who joined in. The Shay's Rebellion was about blocking court from sitting to hear the cases of farmers ready to lose their land. The rebellion became violent and the Governor of Massachusetts, James Bowdoin, sent in the militia. The rebellion had ended but the voices were heard as Massachusetts elected a new legislature who enacted relief programs for the indebtors.

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What did some African - American leaders do to fight discrimination?

African American workers joined Labor Unions.

What problems did farmers migrant workers face before they joined together to form the United Farm Workers under Cesar Chavez?

They worked long hours in dangerous conditions with no benefits.

Was true of American workers during Harding administration?

Few joined unions because of the strong economy

As a result of the violence of the Great Upheaval many workers?

left the Knights of Labor and joined the American Federation of Labor.

Will you put flivver in a sentence for me?

These workers were often joined by impoverished small farmers from Oklahoma, Kansas, and Missouri who pooled their resources to buy a flivver and follow the harvest into the Dakotas and Canada.

What kind of people joined the Democratic-Republican Party?

farmers and merchants

How did populist play a role in the presidential election of 1896?

They joined with the democrats to support with William Jennings Bryan.

Which of the following was true of American workers during the Harding administration?

Few joined unions because the economy was strong.

What party did Hitler join?

He joined the German workers party.

How did the populist party play a role in the presidential election of 1896?

They joined with the democrats to support with William Jennings Bryan.

Who would have most likely joined the Industrial Workers of the World?

Poor, isolated workers Longshoremen in the East

What steps did women to win workers rights?

They joined Unions