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Grover Cleveland1st

  1. 1. Grover ClevelandGrover Cleveland 2222ndnd presidentpresident 1885-18891885-1889 DEMOCRAT!DEMOCRAT! ““Sensible andSensible and responsible women doresponsible women do not want to vote”not want to vote”
  2. 2. ““Rum, Romanism, andRum, Romanism, and Rebellion".Rebellion". This line destroysThis line destroys Blaine!Blaine!
  3. 3. MugwumpsMugwumps
  4. 4. Ma Ma Where’s My Pa!Ma Ma Where’s My Pa! Maria CroftsMaria Crofts HalpinHalpin
  5. 5. Going to the White House, Ha Ha Ha!Going to the White House, Ha Ha Ha!
  6. 6. ““Hooray for Maria! Hooray for the kid!Hooray for Maria! Hooray for the kid! We voted for Cleveland - and we’reWe voted for Cleveland - and we’re glad we did!”glad we did!”
  7. 7. Haymarket SquareHaymarket Square  18861886
  8. 8. GeronimoGeronimo surrenders-surrenders- 18861886
  9. 9. Dawes Severity ActDawes Severity Act  18871887
  10. 10. Interstate CommerceInterstate Commerce CommissionCommission
  11. 11. Hatch Act-1887Hatch Act-1887  Expands Morrill ActExpands Morrill Act
  12. 12. Barbed Wire and the RRBarbed Wire and the RR
  13. 13. Bourbon DemocratBourbon Democrat  "I can find no warrant for such an appropriation"I can find no warrant for such an appropriation in the Constitution; and I do not believe that thein the Constitution; and I do not believe that the power and duty of the General Governmentpower and duty of the General Government ought to be extended to the relief of individualought to be extended to the relief of individual suffering which is in no manner properly relatedsuffering which is in no manner properly related to the public service or benefit. A prevalentto the public service or benefit. A prevalent tendency to disregard the limited mission of thistendency to disregard the limited mission of this power and duty should, I think, be steadilypower and duty should, I think, be steadily resisted, to the end that the lesson should beresisted, to the end that the lesson should be constantly enforced that, though the peopleconstantly enforced that, though the people support the Government, the Governmentsupport the Government, the Government should not support the people."should not support the people."
  14. 14. Anthony fights in the CongressAnthony fights in the Congress
  15. 15. Wants to lower the tariff!Wants to lower the tariff!
  16. 16. Francis Folcom-June 2, 1886Francis Folcom-June 2, 1886
  17. 17. Youngest First Lady in history-21Youngest First Lady in history-21
  18. 18. Statue of libertyStatue of liberty  Gift by France, 1886Gift by France, 1886
  19. 19. Interesting factsInteresting facts He paid $150 to get out ofHe paid $150 to get out of Civil War serviceCivil War service He was a hangman in theHe was a hangman in the 1870s!1870s!

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