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21284
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Part two of a three part article examining the early life and political career of Populist leader Marion Butler up to his election to the US Senate in 1895. Particular attention is given to differences between Butler and Georgia Populist, Tom Watson, who was in Butler's service to the Farmer's Alliance, his persistence as a Democrat, and his beliefs in fusionism. Butler's life has been seen influential not only because he was president of the Alliance and a senator, but because his life demonstrates the path to political reform taken by thousands of farmers during the 1880s.
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21279
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Part one of a three part article examining the early life and political career of Populist leader Marion Butler up to his election to the US Senate in 1895. Particular attention is given to Butler's differences from Georgia Populist Tom Watson in Butler's service to the Farmer's Alliance, his persistence as a Democrat, and as a fusionist. Butler's life has been seen as influential not only because he was president of the Alliance and a Senator, but because his life demonstrates the path to political reform taken by thousands of farmers during the 1980s.
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21304
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Part three of a three-part article examining the early life and political career of Populist leader Marion Butler up to his election to the US Senate in 1895. Particular attention is given to Butler's differences from Georgia Populist Tom Watson in Butler's service to the Farmer's Alliance, his persistence as a Democrat, and a fusionist. Butler's life has been seen influential not only because he was president of the Alliance and a Senator, but because his life demonstrates the path to political reform taken by thousands of farmers during the 1980s.
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21640
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Two 1894 court cases, Charles H. Martin (Populist) v. James A. Lockhart (Democrat) and Cyrus Thompson (Populist) v. John G. Shaw (Democrat) are examined in order to shed light on the appeal of populism as a movement of social and political protest among farmers and the lower classes.
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