Economist Edward Kellogg was an early advocate of fiat money.
Reconstruction gave male, Black farmers, businessmen and soldiers the right to vote for the first time in 1867, as celebrated by Harper's Weekly on its front cover, Nov. 16, 1867.
Temporary quarters for Volga Germans in central Kansas, 1875
Map of the United States, 1870–80. Orange indicates statehood, light blue territories, and green unorganized territories
Grange poster hailing the yeoman farmer, 1873.
Blast furnace at Edgar Thomson Steel Works near Pittsburgh, 1915
The 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire killed 146 garment workers.
The Sunday magazine of the New York World appealed to Immigrants with this 1906 cover page celebrating their arrival at Ellis Island
Celebrating ethnic pluralism on 4th of July. 1902 Puck editorial cartoon.
The mob-style lynching of Will James, Cairo, Illinois, 1909.
Alice Paul stands victorious before the Women's Suffrage Amendment's ratification banner.
Republican campaign poster, 1900, compares prosperity now with depression in 1896, and stresses humanitarian foreign policy
Post-Spanish–American War map of "Greater America," including Cuba and the Philippines.
Child laborer, Newberry, South Carolina. 1908.
Cartoonist admires the strict TR who teaches the childish coal barons a lesson; they raised the pay rates for minors, but did not recognize the union. By Charles Lederer
Woodrow Wilson.
Navy poster by Howard Chandler Christy
Woman suffrage parade in Washington March 3, 1913, the day before the inauguration of President Woodrow Wilson

Platform for economic and political reform that was later adopted by the People's Party.

- Ocala Demands

These were known as the Ocala Demands.

- History of the United States (1865–1918)
Economist Edward Kellogg was an early advocate of fiat money.

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