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Grover Cleveland. First Democratic president since the Civil War defender of laissez-faire economics and low tariffs. Boss Tweed. Heavyweight New York political boss whose widespread fraud landed him in jail in Rutherford B Hayes.
Winner of the contested election who presided over the end of reconstruction and a sharp economic downturn. Jim Fisk. Bold and unprincipled financier whose plot to corner the US gold market nearly succeeded in Ulysses S. Great military leader whose presidency foundered in corruption and political ineptitude.
Horace Greeley. Colorful, eccentric newspaper editor who carried the liberal Republican and Democratic banners against Grant in James Garfield. Pendleton act. Congressional legislation that established the Civil Service Commission which granted federal government jobs on the basis of examinations instead of political patronage.
Waving the bloody shirt. The use of Civil War imagery by political candidates and parties to draw votes to their side of the ticket. Civil rights act of The last piece of federal civil rights legislation until the s the law promise blacks equal access to public accommodations and banned racism in jury selection but the act provided no means of enforcement and was therefore ineffective. Jim Crow. Term for the racial segregation laws jmposed in the s.