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Index Page numbers in bold refer to figures. A Adams, Henry, 8 Ade, George, 8 AFL (American Federation of Labor), 2, 29, 42, 112, 129n9 African Americans, 86–87, 96–100, 105, 139n29 Agassiz, Louis, 65 Age of Reform (Hofstadter), 6 agricultural industry, 10, 12 Aki, J. B., 52 Alexander, Benjamin, 7 Allegheny (Pennsylvania), 84 Allen,William, 91–92 Alliance (Kentucky), 74 American Association of Labor Legislation, 112 American Association of State Highway Officials , 113 American Bimetallic League, 11, 13–14, 21 American Farmer (magazine), 37 American Federation of Labor (AFL), 2, 29, 42, 112, 129n9 Anderson (Indiana), 25–26 anti-Asian protests, 21, 42, 106 Arena (journal), 88 Argesinger, Peter H., 120n16 Armstrong, D. S., 132n31 Arnold, Matthew, 66 Atlanta Constitution (newspaper), 78, 87 Augustine, Jasper, 74 Austin, Shirley Plumer, 25 Autobiography (Franklin), 31 Autobiography (Steffens), 72 B Babcock,W. P., 71 Baker, Ray Stannard: assigned to Coxey’s March story, 69; background of, 65–66; challenges faced by, 69, 70; colorful accounts of the March, 47, 74–75, 76–77; on core group of reporters, 71, 133n2; images of, 57, 62; and Jasper Johnson, 140n31; on the march into the Capitol, 105, 106, 107, 108, 134n19; on the March’s departure, 71–72; as a“new journalism” reporter, 66, 67, 71–72; on opposition to Coxey’s March, 43; on the power of the press, 5, 81–82, 85; on public support for the March, 52, 81–82, 83, 99–100; reflections on the March, 109, 110–11; relationship with Browne, 110; scientific interests of, 65, 133n3 Ball, Frank, 25 band, 54, 98, 105 Bartlett,William Alvin, 4 Bazarro, Dr. See Pizarro, Dr. E. P.“The Great Unknown” Beech,Austin, 71 Beecher, Henry Ward, 32 Bellamy, Edward, 46 Besant,Annie, 45 bicycle riding, 36, 37, 128n36 Bimetallic Convention, 11, 13–14, 21 bimetal standard, 11–14 Bishop, E. P., 69–70 Bland Allison Act (1878), 11 Blavatsky, Helena, 45, 130n14 Blinn,A. H., 25 BLS (Bureau of Labor Statistics), 29, 113 Blue Ridge Mountains, 74–75 Bly, Nellie, 73, 134n19 Boehme, Jakob, 130n14 Boston Daily Globe (newspaper), 78, 79, 83–84, 95, 108 Boston Tea Party, 40 Bradstreets (journal), 2 Bright, R. S., 103, 104 Brightwood Park, 60, 100, 101–3, 105, 140n43 Browne, Carl: activist background of, 21–22, 42; as an artist, 20–21, 46–48; arrest of, 62, 107, 110; at the Columbian Exposition, 19, 124n28; contradictory claims of, 129n9; criticizing the press, 77–78, 129n8; debate against Donnelly, 19, 20; descriptions of, 19–20, 65, 124n28, 124n34; destruction of papers of, 123n23, 124n30; and the “Great Unknown,” 64, 75–76; and the idea for the March, 20, 42–43; images of, 58, 62; 154 I N D E X influences on, 46, 129n5, 129n8; during the March, 54, 85, 93, 105–8; negative editorial coverage on, 78–79, 124n34; obstacles faced by, 24, 38, 39, 68; organizing the March, 23, 24, 48–50, 50–51, 70, 131n25; on racial unity, 97–98, 100; relationship with Coxey, 4, 20, 42; religious beliefs of, 43–45, 130n11 Bryan,William Jennings, 80 Bunch,A., 54 Bureau of Labor (US), 2 Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), 29, 113 Burnham, Daniel, 8 Butler, Marion, 139n29 C Cade, Jack, 129n5 Caesar’s Column (Donnelly), 130n17 Caldwell (newspaper reporter), 71 Calhoun, John, 35 Calvert, Harold, 71 Campbell,Alexander, 123n22 capitalism, 7, 8–9, 48, 119n4 Capitol grounds, 86, 94–95, 103–4, 106–8 Carey, Henry, 17 Carnegie,Andrew, 3, 12, 15, 137n41 Carnegie Steelworks, 82, 83, 84–85 Carroll, C. H., 52 Cause and Cure (publication), 50 Census Bureau (US), 2 Charity Organization Society (COS), 2 charity programs, 2, 9, 28, 31–32, 89 Chartist movement, 40 Chautauquan (magazine), 25, 80 Chautauqua Society, 80, 136n37 Chicago (Illinois), 8–9, 18–23; Columbian Exposition in, 8, 19, 45, 114, 121n3 Chicago Herald (newspaper), 71 Chicago Record (newspaper), 66, 68–69 Chicago Tribune (newspaper), 23, 71, 77, 78, 79, 94, 108, 111, 124n28, 135n24 Childs,Willie, 82, 125n34, 137n41 Chinatown (San Francisco), 124n32 Chinese embassy, 106 Cincinnati Enquirer (newspaper), 71 Civil Rights Act (1875), 96 Clabaugh, Mrs. (toll keeper), 76 Clay, Henry, 35, 127n28 Cleveland, Frances, 94 Cleveland, Grover, 10, 11, 13, 86, 88, 94, 107 Closson, Carlos C., 29–30 coal industry, 1, 41, 83 Cockrell, Francis, 91 Columbian Exposition (Chicago), 8, 19, 45, 114, 121n3 Commonweal of Christ. See Coxey’s March Commune, The (mural), 47 communes, 49, 131n25 Congress (US). See US Congress Conrad, J.A., 132n31 Constitution (US...

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9781609091972
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9780875804989
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1017611811
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160
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2018-01-03
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English
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