. Russia, France, USA
2. waste, extravagance, speculation, and graft
3. great soldier but an utterly inept politician
4. a presidential slogan that was meant to bring the memories of the civil war, the Republican party
5. Ulysses S Grant and Horatio Seymour
6. Grant, many of the white southerners votes for Seymour were not counted
7.two millionaire business partners who made a plan to corner the treasury and buy large amounts ...view middle of the document...
9. a large man who employed bribery, graft, and fraudulent elections to milk the New York City of as much as $200 million.
10. political cartoonist who posted cartoons of Boss Tweed even though he was offered $5 million not to
11. A New York attorney who headed the prosecution of Boss Tweed.
12. Union Pacific Railroad insiders formed the Credit Mobiler company and hired themselves at high prices. They then gave valuable stock to Congressman to try to keep them from shutting it down
14. Carl Schurz
15. The Liberal Republicans thought that the Grant Administration, and the president personally, were fully corrupt. More important they thought that the goals of Reconstruction had been achieved
16. Horace Greeley
17. Ulysses S. Grant
18. down in a depression
19. Greenback labor party, to backlash the exchange of convenient bills for gold
20. Mark Twain
22. Republicans traced back to Puritanism; Democrats traced back to Lutherans and Roman Catholics. These forced arguments on topics like prohibition and education
24. US senator from NY swapped civil-service jobs for votes
25.personable congressman with an elastic conscience