Farmer'sRevolt

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American History

 

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Alicia G

 

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August 27, 2012

 

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University

 

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A

 

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The large-scale farmers bought expensive machines, increasing their crop yield. This caused the smaller farmers to be left behind. The small farmers could no longer compete and were forced give up their farms and look for jobs in the cities. The smaller farmers who stayed blamed their troubles on banks and railroads...
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The smaller farmers who stayed blamed their troubles on banks and railroads. In the 1890's western and southern farmers came together to make up the political party called the Populist Party. Their plan was to take control of the White House; then they could solve all their problems. The increase in crop yield caused a change in the economy, which the party set out to straighten out in 1892...
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