Bell Ringer 11-1Identify the term that means government jobs went to supporters of the winning party in an election.Whic...
Stalemate in Washington
A Campaign to Clean Up PoliticsPatronage  Prevented government from addressing nation’s issues  Movement for reformHay...
Republicans Angry“Half-breeds”1880 Election  James Garfield and Chester ArthurPendleton Act  Allowed the President to...
Two Parties Neck and NeckRepublicans   Support from former Union soldiers and other patriotic    AmericansParty of Refo...
Democrats Reclaim the White HouseGrover Cleveland (D)James Blaine (R)  Former Speaker of the House  Popular among part...
ProblemsMany strikes  workers attacked   Haymarket Square   Higher fixed costs with low operating costs on railroads  ...
Republicans Regain PowerElection of 1888  Benjamin Harrison (R)  Grover Cleveland (D)Republicans gain control of Congr...
Ch. 11 Journal #1Analyze the following  Political Cartoon.  Please identify which  peace of legislation  the cartoon is  r...
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  1. 1. Bell Ringer 11-1Identify the term that means government jobs went to supporters of the winning party in an election.Which document did President Cleveland sign in 1887?What lowered federal revenue and transformed the nation’s budget surplus into a budget deficit?
  2. 2. Stalemate in Washington
  3. 3. A Campaign to Clean Up PoliticsPatronage Prevented government from addressing nation’s issues Movement for reformHayes Attacked idea of patronage Roscoe Conkling  “Stalwart”
  4. 4. Republicans Angry“Half-breeds”1880 Election James Garfield and Chester ArthurPendleton Act Allowed the President to decide which federal jobs would be filled according to the rules of the Civil Service CommissionShift began
  5. 5. Two Parties Neck and NeckRepublicans  Support from former Union soldiers and other patriotic AmericansParty of Reform  Supported abolition, temperance, and other reforms  “Party of morality”Democrats  “Party of personal liberty”  Strong support by Catholics1876  1896  Pennsylvania, Ohio, and New York  Winning popular vote but losing election (1876 and 1888)
  6. 6. Democrats Reclaim the White HouseGrover Cleveland (D)James Blaine (R) Former Speaker of the House Popular among party workers Caught up in Credit Mobilier ScandalMany voters were concerned about corruptionStopped supporting Blaine and turned to ClevelandNew York Many Irish Americans lost Lost pro temperance voters
  7. 7. ProblemsMany strikes  workers attacked  Haymarket Square  Higher fixed costs with low operating costs on railroads upset peopleInterstate Commerce Commission (ICC)  Regulated interstate commerce  Limited railroad rates  Made it illegal to charge higher rates for shorter haulsTariffs  High tariffs hurt farmers  Cleveland proposed lower tariffs
  8. 8. Republicans Regain PowerElection of 1888 Benjamin Harrison (R) Grover Cleveland (D)Republicans gain control of CongressMcKinley Tariff Cut tobacco taxes Increased rates on textiles Lowered federal revenue Turned budget surplus into budge deficitThe Sherman Anti-Trust Act
  9. 9. Ch. 11 Journal #1Analyze the following Political Cartoon. Please identify which peace of legislation the cartoon is referring to and the ironies of its’ message.
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