Grange Hall in Solon, Maine, circa 1910
Economist Edward Kellogg was an early advocate of fiat money.

The Ocala convention was part of a trend in the Farmers' movement of moving from its fraternal and mutual benefit roots towards an increasingly political and radical position.

- Ocala Demands

Thus, the Southern Alliance in 1890 (the chief platforms were the one at Ocala, Florida, and that of 1889 at St Louis, Missouri, in conjunction with the Knights of Labor) declared its principles to be:

- Farmers' movement
Grange Hall in Solon, Maine, circa 1910

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