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How did many farmers respond to their economic problems at the end of the 1800s? A) Many became ranchers or miners. B) They supported the gold standard. C) They formed alliances for reform and protests.
Weegy: The struggle over prison labor has a long history in the US. In the early 1800s, group workshops in prisons replaced solitary handicrafts, and the increased efficiency allowed prisons to be self-supporting. [ [ Entire prisons were leased out to private contractors, who literally worked hundreds of prisoners to death. Manufacturers who lost work to prison contractors opposed the leasing system, but only with the growth of the union movement came effective opposition to prison labor. One of the most famous clashes, the Coal Creek Rebellion of 1891, took place when the Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad locked out their workers and replaced them with convicts. The miners stormed the prison and freed 400 prisoners, and when the company filled up work with more prisoners, the miners burned the prison down. ] ] User: If the government decreased the money supply or the amount of money in circulation, how would it affect the farmers? Farmers' products would sell at lower prices. Farmers' products would sell at higher prices. It would have no effect on the price of farm products. Weegy: B)Farmers' products would sell at higher prices. User: What best describes the Farmers' Alliances? groups that called for a tighter money supply to improve prices groups that called for Federal regulation of railroads political party that supported women's political rights in the West Weegy: A (More)
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How was the Interstate Commerce Commission supposed to help farmers? regulate railroad prices supply relief during times of natural disasters help farmers to get loans at low interest rates
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Which factor would be a cause for the rise of the Populist Party?
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