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grant scandal 1 whiskey ring scandal -- the tax officials appointed by grant were keeping part of the money
grant scandal 2 salary grad scandal -- members of congress tried to pass a large pay raise at the last minute, because of public outcry they had to repeal it
grant scandal 3 credit mobilier scandal -- the union pacific railroad co decides to steal federal money by forming a separate company called credit mobilier to siphon the money into private bank accounts, the bank accounts belong to some congressmen
what is this time period named and who gave it the name? gilded age // mark twain
two nominees for the election of 1876 rutherford b. hayes -- republican // samuel tilden -- democratic
popular vote all citizens vote
electoral vote determined by each states' number of members in the house of representatives plus your two senators
Created by: hannah_fran