The Populists, the Progressive Era, the New Deal, the Great Society, and the 1980s in America

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Using these five times/episodes as pivot points: The Populists, the Progressive Era, the New Deal, the Great Society, and the 1980s in America, Show how specifically, and why, you think the relationship of government and citizen changed over the time since about 1860. Support with evidence and specific facts.
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The Populists The Populists was the also known as the People’s Party, a short lived political party the ever existed in the United States of America in the 1887. It was founded in North Carolina with the poor white American farmers in North Carolina, Texas and Alabama and other oppressed wheat farmers in the plain lands such as Kansas and Nebraska. The party was representing issues of the radical white American who were against the hostility of the banks, the poor states of the roads and railways networks and the maltreatment by the elites (Messi, 2008). The party generally was against the ill treatment of the government in the whole of America and was advocating for the writes of the southerners who felt misrepresented with the government which and its head office in the northern part of America and also the president being a northern resident who never knew the plight of the southerners. The term populist were used to show an objection with the leading mainstream party and was the opposing party that showed the interests of the mainstream political parties. In 1896 the party combined with the labor unions and endorsed a nominee named William Jennings Bryan to run for presidency and help solve the problem facing the southerners….ORDER NOW
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