The Populist Party : The Socialist Of Not Being Imprisoned Or Enslaved

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According to dictionary.com freedom is define as the state of not being imprisoned or enslaved, however freedom can be define from different aspects. Freedom can be defined as physical meaning we can live where ever we want, true, which is to be free from all habits, good and bad and individual which allows each individual the opportunity that allows decisions that govern their life. A populist is much younger than Democratic Party. However Richard Wormser the populist movement was a revolt by farmers in the South and Midwest against the democratic and republican parties for ignoring their interest and difficulties. For over a thousand years or more farmDrers suffered from crop failure, falling prices, and poor marketing and lack of credit facilities Many farmers did not have any freedom because of the corrupted governing system, the robber barons and their monopoly.
The Populist Party was born in the midst of a decline in crop prices and disturbing political uproar. The Populists were exactly as it sounded, for the people. Rather than being focus on the messy part of politics, the Populist brought out some actual issues such as eight hour work days and a method in which voter’ choices in an election are anonymous. At this time in history, the political world needed a party that had reasoning and meaning, or at least more meaning than getting to appoint someone to office. Populist had wonder through the causes behind having big business running the United States. They…

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