What did Benjamin Tillman believe would most benefit the farmers? History help please? 10 points!?

What did Benjamin Tillman believe would most benefit the farmers? History help please? 10 points!?

Postby tuppere15 » Thu Mar 17, 2011 1:15 pm

1. What did Benjamin Tillman believe would most benefit the farmers? (1 point)
a cheaper labor supply
more agricultural education
more money to spend on seed and equipment
lower fees on railroads, warehouses, and mills
2. What issue caused a break between Benjamin Tillman and Francis W. Dawson, the editor of the Charleston News and Courier? (1 point)
the establishment of a separate agricultural school
the establishment of new laws to govern sharecropping
the establishment of an experimental agricultural nursery
the establishment of a new tax system that reduced taxes for farmers
3. What South Carolinian left money when he died to create a separate agricultural college? (1 point)
John C. Calhoun
Thomas G. Clemson
Wade Hampton III
Benjamin Tillman
4. Which statement does NOTgive a reason for Benjamin Tillman’s election as South Carolina’s governor? (1 point)
The Republican Party was no longer a force in the state.
The major newspapers throughout the state endorsed Tillman for governor.
Few Conservatives were willing to split the Democratic Party to oppose Tillman.
Most people in the state believed party loyalty was more important than rejecting Tillman.
5. Why did Benjamin Tillman want a new constitution for South Carolina? (1 point)
He believed the current constitution needed to be modernized.
He believed the current constitution had too many references to slavery.
He believed the current constitution was forced on the people during Reconstruction.
He believed the current constitution was too long and difficult for the average citizen to understand.

Thanks a bunch! :DDDDD
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