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Complete the following progression: AGRARIAN DISCONTENT; the GRANGE ASSOCIATION; FARMERS’ ALLIANCES;

The Populist Party
Unionization
The election of Rutherford Hayes as President
Coxey’s Army
The Grange associations

is it the populist party

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