It gave farmers a way to organize for better crop prices.
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As a dangerous anarchist movementAmericans seen labor unions as a threat. This was broken up and some got killed.
The Federal Reserve Act mainly affected the banking industry.
No. In fact, the Plessy v. Ferguson decision did the opposite and increased segregation in the south.
She proved the innocence of victims.
The Clayton Antitrust Act was intended to stop trusts from ever forming.apex=)
W.E.B. Du Bois
In 1896 the Supreme Court upheld the social segregation of the "white and colored races" under the "separate but equal" doctrine. By a 7-1 vote, the court said that a state law that "implies merely a legal distinction" between the two races did not conflict with the 13th amendment forbidding involuntary servitude, nor did it tend to reestablish such a condition. The court avoid the discussion of the protection granted by the clause in the 14th amendment that forbids the states to make laws depriving citizens of their "privileges or immunities," but instead cited such laws in other states as "reasonable" exercise of their authority under the police power. The purpose of the 14th amendment the court said " was to enforce the absolute equality of the two races before the law......Laws.......requiring their separation not necessarily imply the inferiority of either race." The argument against segregation laws was false because of the "assumption that the enforced separation of the two races stamps the colored race with a badge if inferiority. If this be so, it is solely because the colored races chooses to put that construction upon it." Following this ruling restrictive legislation based on race continued and expanded, and its reasoning wasn't overturned until 1954 with the Brown v Board of Education decision. The Brown's were represented in the court by Thurgood Marshall who was a civil rights advocate and later became the first black Justice on the court.
Theodore Roosevelt started the Progressive Party.
Women suffragists worked to achieve voting rights by organizing; holding meetings and conventions; meeting with lawmakers; by registering to vote and voting; going on hunger strikes; holding parades, marches and public demonstrations; picketing government buildings; and by organizing petition campaigns.
People became more aware of race.
Amend the constitution APEX
Only able to buy houses in certain areas
He fought for environmental protection. Jon Muir loved nature and cared heavily for it.
had no way to defend themselves against violence.
A Southern rule based on scientific racism
Ida B. Wells was a tireless advocate for racial justice and equality. As a journalist, the reason she wrote articles was to inform the white audience about the injustices and bigotry black people faced, and also to inform the black audience of news stories that affected their lives; as an advocate, she also wanted to motivate black readers (and some white ones too) to get involved in changing a system that regularly mistreated racial minorities.
the answer is law
The public planning of many lynchings in the South showed that police were not interested in stopping violence.
Proving the no victims were innocent
Conditions for African Americans in the south -apex
Because all three major candidates were Progressive, Progressive votes were split.
He was riding a whites-only train car (apex)