__________ was one of the first attempts to organize farmers into cooperatives.

__________ was a moral reformer of the late nineteenth century whose Comstock Law banned the production, distribution, and public display of obscenity.

__________ was an American novelist who returned to the United States in 1907 after a quarter of a century in Europe. He was stunned and disgusted by the pervasive presence of immigrants in New York City who did not share his Protestant, democratic, English-speaking background.

__________ was a political machine that held major power in New York City.

__________ was organized in 1892 and developed a platform calling for an income tax, inflationary currency policies, and confiscating railroad grants.