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DOROTHY<br />Represents the “Common Man”<br />
Toto<br />Represents the small possessions the “common man” has.<br />
Wicked Witch of the East<br />Represents the eastern banking interests<br />
Silver Slippers<br />Changed to Ruby Slippers in the film.<br />Represented “Free Silver” idea, that free coinage of silver will take us where we want to go.<br />
Good Witch of the North<br />Represents the Union, which won the Civil War<br />
Munchkins<br />Represent the “little people” of the U.S.<br />
Yellow Brick Road<br />Represents the “Gold Standard” which is the road to ruin.<br />
Scarecrow<br />Represented the farmers of America<br />
Tin Man<br />Represented the industrial workers of the Northeast<br />
Cowardly Lion<br />Represents William Jennings Bryan, who ran for President 6 times and got lesser men than himself elected but never became President himself.<br />
Wicked Witch of the West<br />Represented Nature<br />
Water<br />Killed the Wicked Witch of the West<br />Represented what was needed to tame the west.<br />
Flying Monkeys<br />Represented the Indian tribes of the Great Plains<br />
Emerald City<br />Represented Washington, DC<br />
The Wizard<br />Represented all the Presidents of the United States, from Washington to McKinley<br />
Oz<br />Represented how gold was measured, by the ounce (oz)<br />