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US forces protected foreigners at La Ceiba during a political upheaval. 1925 -- Panama. - October 12 to 23. This can cause congestion in some places, particularly towards popular holiday destinations. The revolution in France was over, and while many Americans voters sympathized with the revolution in the abstract, they did not want the revolution’s most radical changes put into effect in the United States. The Populists wanted reforms such as an income tax and direct election of Senators. [116] The Populist Party died out after 1896.

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