During Gilded Age 1877-1900

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Discontent with the major politcial led some to support a third party, the Populists. Which of the following is true of the Populist party during the Gilded Age?

a. The Populist party was successful at the ballot box because it was able to build an urban-rural electoral coalition.

b. The Populists joined the Democrats in the election of 1896 by nominating William Jennings Bryan for president, who lost the race to Republican William Mckinley.

c. The Populists backed the winning candidate in 1896

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