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In this brief clipping the publishers of this Populist newspaper, Ira and Emma Pack, list the main beliefs of the Populist movement. They began publishing The Farmer's Wife in 1891, using it as a forum to discuss reform movements (including populism and women's suffrage), to present human interest stories, and to offer practical advice to Kansas women.

Creator: The Farmer's Wife
Date: August 1891

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This source is a very concise, easy-to-understand list of the Populists' tenets. Also, its publication in The Farmer's Wife can be used to emphasize women's roles within this reform movement.

KS:7th:4.2:Populism (2005)

Item Number: 210886
Call Number: Microfilm: T2255
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 210886

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