The Road to Rebellion Road to Rebellion Road to Rebellion: Class Formation and Kansas Populism, 1865-1900 Class Formation and Kansas Populism, 1865-1900 Class Formation and Kansas Populism, 1865-1900

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In the late 1800s an unprecedented coalition of American farmers rose to challenge the course of national politics. Aspiring to a society in which justice and equality were the norm, the farmers galvanized thousands of voters, causing two dominant political parties to reshape their agendas. Yet by 1900, the movement was virtually dead. Scott G. McNall analyzes why America's largest mass-democratic movement failed. He focuses his inquiry on Kansas, the center of the agrarian rebellion that led to the creation of the Farmer's ...

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