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Chapter 8 Quiz: Bureaucracy – Flashcards 10 terms
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Alexandra Robertson
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AP United States History Civil Service Reform Interstate Commerce Commission Sherman Antitrust Act Sherman Silver Purchase Act
chapter 21- HIST 1302 – Flashcards 30 terms
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Evie Nicholson
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AP United States History Civil Service Reform Convict Lease System Hay Bunau Varilla Treaty Sherman Silver Purchase Act United States History
Quiz Chapter 20 – Politics and Expansion in an Industrializing Age, 1877-1900 – Flashcards 10 terms
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AP United States History Civil Service Reform Pendleton Civil Service Act United States History-Other
Chapter 7 and 8 – Flashcards 44 terms
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Ewan Knight
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AP United States History Civil Service Reform United States History-Other
Chapter 7/8 – Flashcards 70 terms
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Will Walter
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AP United States History Civil Service Reform Government Intervention In The Economy Modern World History Sherman Silver Purchase Act
History Chapter 18 Answers – Flashcards 54 terms
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Isabella Parker
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Civil Service Reform Immigration Social Gospel Movement United States History United States History-Other World History
History 11-Ch 7 – Flashcards 34 terms
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Tony Foust
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Civil Service Reform Public Policy William Graham Sumner
APUS chapter 20 – Flashcards 50 terms
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AP United States History AP World History Architecture Civil Service Reform Time And Motion Studies
APUSH goal 5 – Flashcards 40 terms
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what encouraged president Arthur to pursue civil service reform
assassination of presided garfield
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How did politicians respond to the demand for civil service reform?
Both Democrats and Republicans insisted it would destroy the political parties.
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Chester A. Arthur A. supported the Pendleton Act as part of civil service reform. B. upset reformers by supporting the political “spoils system.” C. quickly replaced most of James Garfield’s appointees. D. was a political novice when he assumed the presidency. E. had long been a fierce opponent of Roscoe Conkling.
A. supported the Pendleton Act as part of civil service reform.
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Plunkitt of Tammany Hall: -you should know who he was -how he defines “honest graft” -what he thinks about civil service reformers
George Washington Plunkitt was a Tammany leader of the fifteenth assembly district. He was also an assemblyman, alderman, police magistrate, and county supervisor. “I seen my opportunities and I took ’em”- using inside information. The money in the treasury is not taken. Friends are taken care of in honest graft. Civil service reform destroys patriotism as it rises in the party. Plunkitt does not believe in the questions asked on the examination. Rewarding men in victory provides an incentive which civil service destroys. Parties support the political system and the parties can only be held together if the workers get offices when they win. Civil service reformers also do not last as politics is regular business and people must be knowledgeable in it. He argues that many young, patriotic Americans have become anarchists due to civil service examinations.
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The Stalwarts in the Republican party strongly supported a) Radical Reconstruction. b) civil service reform. c) cleaning up the scandals of the Grant administration. d) All of the above
a) Radical Reconstruction.
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the civil service reforms of the Progressive era ____ the spoils system and ____ the power of party organizations
civil service reform purpose
protect all non-uniformed, nomanagerial federal service employees and agencie
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In the election of 1888, the central issue was a) civil service reform. b) pensions for Civil War veterans. c) the tariff. d) the free coinage of silver.
Issues important in local politics included a) prohibition. b) monetary policy. c) tariff on imports. d) civil service reform.
In the election of 1884, “Mugwumps” were A. civil servants. B. supporters of James G. Blaine. C. unhappy Republicans who threatened to vote for the Democrats. D. conservatives who wanted to limit civil service reform. E. Democrats who crossed over party lines to support Grover Cleveland.
C. unhappy Republicans who threatened to vote for the Democrats.
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