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Peter Argersinger, one of our nation's foremost historians of the Populist era, brings together in this volume some of his best and most influential essays - ranging from a study of a single election campaign to complex analyses of political organizations, legislative behavior, and government institutions. Together the essays amply display his consistently sharp and wide-ranging insights on this important moment in American life. Of special interest to political, social, rural, Western, and Gilded Age historians, this book provides a timely reminder of the political constraints on third parties in America.

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Peter H. Argersinger is Presidential Research Professor of History at the University of Maryland Baltimore County and the author of Populism and Politics: William A. Peffer and the People's Party and Structure, Process, and Party and editor of Populism, Its Rise and Fall.
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