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In some ways, especially in terms of electoral organization, the 1870s antimonopolists and, say, the Greenbackers have more in common organizationally with the Liberty Party, the Free Soilers, and even the Locofoco
movement than with the Populists and Progressives.
Earle (169) "was hailed with enthusiasm by large sections of the Democratic, or Locofoco
James Ray and John Parr have started a locofoco
paper in Maine called the Democrat.
The President's support of the Independent Treasury plan further stoked the fires of an already raging national debate on the economy causing the disciples of finance capital to respond to the Locofoco
critique with impassioned and lengthy defenses of their "credit system.
The less numerous but more radical group, epitomized by Senator Thomas Hart Benton of Missouri and the Locofoco
contingent of New York City Democrats, advocated a complete "divorce" of the national government from dealings with all banks in an effort to promote hard money.
Shona, the director of Glasgow design agency Locofoco
, said: "Stevie Wonder's album Inner Visions was the most wonderful thing I'd ever heard.