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The Non-partisan League vs. the home

by James N. Tittemore

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Published by Burdick-Allen Co., printers. in [Milwaukee .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • National Nonpartisan League.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementwritten and comp. by J. N. Tittemore and A. A. Vissers.
    ContributionsVissers, Aloysius Anthony, 1885- joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD1485.N4 T5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination184 p.
    Number of Pages184
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6646077M
    LC Control Number22015297
    OCLC/WorldCa5670764

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The Non-partisan League vs. the home by James N. Tittemore Download PDF EPUB FB2

These movements procreated the Nonpartisan League, North Dakota's greatest political insurgency. The NPL, born inunited progressives, reformers, and radicals behind a platform that called for many progressive reforms, ranging from improved state services and full suffrage for women to state ownership of banks, mills and elevators, and insurances.

Excerpt from The Non-Partisan League Vs; The Home Foreword Chapter one (history) Chapter two (leadership) Chapter three (the Pill Sugar - Coated) Chapter four (dictatorship) Chapter five (christianity - the Family and the Home).

Chapter six (education and Press) Chapter seven (the League and the I. W.) Chapter eight (single Tax) Chapter nine Author: James N. Tittemore. The Nonpartisan League (NPL) was a political organization founded in in the United States by Arthur C.

Townley, former organizer for the Socialist Party of behalf of small farmers and merchants, the Nonpartisan League advocated state control of mills, grain elevators, banks and other farm-related industries in order to reduce the power of corporate political.

The Non-Partisan League Paperback – Septem by Andrew A. Bruce (Author) See all 28 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Andrew A. Bruce. The Nonpartisan League was an agrarian movement begun in in North Dakota that soon spread to Minnesota.

League members protested the poor market conditions of farmers. The League advocated economic reforms to relieve the plight of farmers, who were exploited by middlemen in the grain elevator, packinghouse, stockyard, and cold storage.

Book/Printed Material The Non-partisan League vs. the home, Also available in digital form. Contributor: Vissers, Aloysius Anthony - Tittemore, James N. Date: ; Photo, Print, Drawing In memoriam. "Gods will, not ours be done.". The National Nonpartisan League, the organization of western farmers of which A.

Townley is the founder, has lived long enough and has accomplished enough so that its career will form a genuine historic episode, the record of which, no matter what may be its future, will find a place in the permanent records of the nation.

Proponents of nonpartisan ballots suggest that: Political parties are irrelevant to providing services. Cooperation between elected officials belonging to different parties is more likely.

Proponents for partisan elections argue that: The absence of party labels confuses voters; a voter who must choose from among a group of candidates whom she knows nothing about will have. History. The North Dakota Democratic-Nonpartisan League Party has roots in the Progressive Era of American history.

At the end of the 19th century and beginning of the 20th century, progressives – including lawyers, merchants, editors, and professors – joined both the Republican Party, which had strong control of state politics, as well as the state Democratic Party, the Colors: Blue.

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As nouns the difference between partisan and nonpartisan is that partisan is an adherent to a party or faction or partisan can be (historical) a spear with a triangular, double-edged blade while nonpartisan is one who is not a partisan.

As adjectives the difference between partisan and nonpartisan is that partisan is serving as commander or member of a body of detached light. turnout, because in true non­partisan systems there are no organizations of local party workers to bring lower­class citizens to the polls on election day.

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Mills, author of Democracy or Despotism, made it clear that "the Non-Partisan League demands that the ships and roads that had to be taken over for the sake of efficiency in time of war shall stay forever in the hands of Uncle Sam." (41) In response to such railway concerns, the League-dominated North Dakota legislature required that all freight transportation charges be based.

“The book is an excellent opportunity to take a new look at the impact of the Nonpartisan League not only in North Dakota, but nationally and in Canada. Lansing’s account of the League’s success and failure is also a study of the difficult but not impossible path of citizen action that can transform the political process, even from within.

The Non-Partisan league by Bruce, Andrew Alexander, Publication date Topics National Non-partisan League, North Dakota -- Politics and government Publisher New York, MacMillan Collection robarts; toronto Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor Robarts - University of Toronto Language English.

26 Addeddate Pages: Image 1: Nonpartisan League picnics drew huge crowds, especially if the speaker was one of the leaders of the organization.

Members of the League enjoyed Arthur Townley’s speeches and would listen to him for hours at a time. This picnic took place on the Simonson farm near Roseglen in NONPARTISAN LEAGUE. United by low commodity prices, high interest rates, shady practices in the grain trade, and thwarted political goals, farmers of North Dakota gathered in the spring of to form the Nonpartisan League (NPL).

Coalescing behind the impressive oratorical and organizational skills of Arthur C. Townley, the NPL served the. NONPARTISAN LEAGUE, NATIONALNONPARTISAN LEAGUE, NATIONAL. First organized in in North Dakota by Arthur C. Townley and the leaders of the Socialist and Equity Parties, the Nonpartisan League (also known as the Farmers' Non-partisan League and, later, the National Nonpartisan League) was the outcome of a grassroots farmers' revolt against monopolistic.

Nonpartisan definition is - not partisan; especially: free from party affiliation, bias, or designation. How to use nonpartisan in a sentence. Non-partisan League. Dec 9, 12/ Dec 9, by Bruce, Andrew A favorite 0 comment 0. Includes index Topic: National Nonpartisan League.

The Library of Congress. The Non-partisan League vs. the home. Dec 9, 12/ Dec 9, by Tittemore The signist's book of modern alphabets, plain and ornamental, ancient and. Nonpartisanism is a lack of affiliation with, and a lack of bias toward, a political party.

While an Oxford English Dictionary definition of partisan includes adherents of a party, cause, person, etc., in most cases, nonpartisan refers specifically to political party connections rather than being the strict antonym of "partisan".Independent Does Not Mean Nonpartisan Or Non-Ideological. Submitted by Michael Hais on 3/19/ Almost from the moment on Janu when Barack Obama placed his hand on a Bible and became America's 44th president, a major focus of inside-the-Beltway conventional wisdom is that independent voters.

Partisan talks about the parties. In America, which has been dominated by the two opposing parties for decades, primarily consists of the Republicans, which are normally the conservatives, and the Democrats, which are normally the liberals within.