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Chapter 7

1. Jim Crow Laws segregation laws in the south after Reconstruction
2. Poll Tax sum of money that a person had to pay in order to vote
3. Literacy Test reading and writing tests in the south that prevented African Americans from voting
4. Grandfather Clause law disqualifying African American voters by allowing men to vote whose fathers and grandfathers voted before 1867
5. Las Goras Blancas the white caps group of Mexican Americans in New Mexico that wanted to protect their land and way of life from encroachment by white land owners
6. Spoils System practiced by the political party in power, they give jobs to only supporters of their party
7. Civil Service government departments and their nonelected employees
8. Pendleton Civil Service Act law that created a civil service system for the federal government, it was biased on a merit system rather than spoils system
9. Gold Standard policy designating monetary units in term of their value in gold
10. Grange farmers organization formed after the civil war
11. Populist Party Peoples Party, focused on a larger money supply and other economic reforms in 1891
Created by: ashley3450