Interesting Events in US History – Part #1 (1848-1913)

YEAR
EVENT DESCRIPTION
1848 – Communism is bornThe Communist Manifesto (originally titled Manifesto of the Communist Party) was written by Communists/Socialists Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels.
1862 – The first US income tax was adopted and the IRS was created under President Lincoln to fund the war. The progressive income tax rates were in compliance with the 14-year old Communist Manifesto’s second plank“A heavy progressive or graduated income tax.”
1862 – The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) was established by President Lincoln. Lincoln himself referred to it as the “people’s department” and the new “department” was charged with, among many other missions, to improve farming techniques including soil management. The FDA’s mandates were in compliance with the 14-year old Communist Manifesto’s seventh plank“the improvement of the soil generally in accordance with a common plan.”
1880 – The Progressive Movement started. They advocated for unions in conjunction with socialism, work against business through extreme regulations in cooperation with government agencies, they argued against electing officials and advocated for lifetime IEIUSH-02career bureaucrats. They argued for the reduction of private land ownership and for vast public land holdings. They advocated for the socialist form of public education through John Dewey, who was a socialist extremist.
1890 – Public education system (a.k.a. Progressive Education Movement) was founded by John Dewey. Dewey was a life-long socialist, globalist, liberal and Progressive. The 10th “plank” of the Communist Manifesto calls for “Free education for all children in public schools. Abolition of children’s factory labor in its present form and combination of education with industrial production.” In other words, educate children to become workers for factories controlled by the government via regulation, private/public cooperation, or outright government ownership.
1892 – President Cleveland, Democrat, orders the overthrow of the Kingdom of Hawaii.
1893 – On January 17th, 1893 an American led coup d’état overthrows the Kingdom of Hawaii.
1897 – Although the Constitution specifically limited the federal government’s ability to own and control public lands, the Supreme Court overruled the Constitution and gave the federal government unlimited control to seize and own land as well as exercise police powers over adjacent non-owned lands. This began a long decline in private property rights bringing the government in closer compliance to the Communist Manifesto’s 1st plank“Abolition of property in land and application of all rents of land to public purposes.”
1898 – American participates in the overthrow of the Spanish government in Cuba.
1903 – Massachusetts and Missouri became the first states to require a drivers license.
1906 – The legislation forming The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) was signed into law under President Teddy Roosevelt (radical Progressive). This brought the American government in closer compliance to the Communist Manifesto’s 9th plank“Combination of agriculture with manufacturing industries.”
1910 – President Teddy Roosevelt, radical Progressive, advocates for the New Nationalism. This program calls for a massive federal government, social justice, overbearing business regulation via the President, worker’s complete freedom to strike, massive estate tax, progressive income tax, and promoted that people are entitled to wealth only if they used it to benefit the community as a whole. All of his proposals complied with radical socialist principles.
1911 – Woodrow Wilson proposes his New Freedom agenda. Items such as farm cooperatives, a long list of farm regulations, far-reaching labor regulations (extreme pro-worker and heavily anti-business), establishment of a massive federal welfare state, wide-spread environmental regulations and restrictions, and the permanent removal of business access to huge tracts of federal lands.
1913 – The 16th Amendment to the Constitution was ratified giving the federal government the right to progressively tax income in the country. This was in compliance with the IEIUSH-03Communist Manifesto’s 2nd plank; “A heavy progressive or graduated income tax.”

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