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The Economics of Protest Voting
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1920 presidential election 75th Congress agrarian agricultural American Labor party American political areas ballot campaign candidates Capita Voting cent Chart Congress Congressional demands Democratic party depressed period depression discontent economic elec endorsed factory workers farm hands farmer and labor farmer or labor Farmer-Labor Votes favored Federation fusion Granger house Farmer-Labor Illinois included independent industry interest issue legislature Liberal major ment Minn Minnesota Farmer-Labor party movement Nat'l nomination Non-Partisan League North Dakota number of votes opinions organization Parties in Presidential percentage period Philip LaFollette platform political action poll tax population Populist party President Presidential elections Progressive party prosperous protest voting question railroads represented Roosevelt senate Farmer-Labor Senator LaFollette significant Socialist party South Southern strength third party tion total vote trend two-party system unemployed Union urban voters votes cast voting for farmer voting for farmer-labor wages Wallace Wisconsin Wisconsin Progressive