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A white supremacist who opposed civil rights for blacks , Tillman led a paramilitary group of Red Shirts during South Carolina's violent election.

On the floor of the U. Senate, he frequently ridiculed blacks , and boasted of having helped to kill them during that campaign. In the s, Tillman, a wealthy landowner, became dissatisfied with the Democratic leadership and led a movement of white farmers calling for reform.

He was initially unsuccessful, though he was instrumental in the founding of Clemson University as an agricultural school. In , Tillman took control of the state Democratic Party, and was elected governor. During his four years in office, 18 African Americans were lynched in South Carolina—the s saw the most lynchings of any decade in South Carolina. Tillman tried to prevent lynchings, but spoke in support of the lynch mobs, stating his own willingness to lead one.

In , at the end of his second two-year term, he was elected to the U. Senate by vote of the state legislature. Tillman was known as " Pitchfork Ben " because of his aggressive language, as when he threatened to use one to prod that "bag of beef", President Grover Cleveland.

Considered a possible candidate for the Democratic nomination for president in , Tillman lost any chance after giving a disastrous speech at the convention. He became known for his virulent oratory especially against African Americans but also as an effective legislator.

The first federal campaign finance law, banning corporate contributions, is commonly called the Tillman Act. Tillman was repeatedly re-elected, serving in the Senate for the rest of his life. One of his legacies was South Carolina's constitution , which disenfranchised most of the black majority and ensured white rule for more than half a century.

Benjamin Ryan Tillman was born on August 11, , on the family plantation "Chester", near Trenton , in the Edgefield District, [a] sometimes considered part of upcountry South Carolina. His parents, Benjamin Ryan Tillman, Sr. Edgefield was known as a violent place, even by the standards of antebellum South Carolina, [4] where matters of personal honor might be addressed with a killing or duel.

One of his sons died in a duel; another was killed in a domestic dispute. A third died in the Mexican—American War ; a fourth of disease aged Convicted of manslaughter, George continued to practice law from his jail cell during his two-year sentence, and was elected to the state senate while still incarcerated. From an early age, Ben showed a developed vocabulary. In , he was sent to Bethany, a boarding school in Edgefield where he became a star student, and he remained there after the American Civil War began.

In , he came home for a year to help his mother pay off debts. He returned to Bethany in , intending a final year of study prior to entering the South Carolina College today, the University of South Carolina. The South's desperate need for soldiers ended this plan, and in June , still not yet 17, he withdrew from the academy, making arrangements to join a coastal artillery unit. These plans were scuttled as well when he fell ill at home. After the war, Ben Tillman, his mother, and his wounded brother James who died in worked to rebuild Chester plantation.

They signed the plantation's freedmen as workers. They were confronted with the circumstance of several men refusing to work for them and legally leaving the plantation. From to , Ben Tillman went with several workers from the plantation to Florida, where a new cotton-planting belt had been established.

The Tillmans purchased land there. Tillman was unsuccessful in Florida—after two marginal years, the crop was destroyed by caterpillars. They married in January [2] and she joined him in Florida. Tillman, though he was not very religious, was a frequent churchgoer as a young adult.

He was a Christian, but did not identify with a particular sect; as a result, he never formally joined a church. His religious skepticism also led to his avoidance of any further churchgoing almost immediately following his becoming a politician. Tillman proved an adept farmer, who experimented with crop diversification [2] and took his crops to market each Saturday in nearby Augusta, Georgia. By , Tillman was the largest landowner in Edgefield County. He rode through his fields on horseback like an antebellum overseer , and stated at the time that it was necessary that he do so to "drive the slovenly Negroes to work".

With the Confederacy defeated, South Carolina ratified a new constitution in that recognized the end of slavery, but basically left the pre-war elites in charge.

African-American freedmen, who were the majority of South Carolina's population, were given no vote, and their new freedom was soon restricted by Black Codes that limited their civil rights and required black farm laborers to bind themselves with annual labor contracts. Congress was dissatisfied with this minimal change and required a new constitutional convention and elections with universal male suffrage. As African Americans generally favored the Republican Party at the time, that party controlled the biracial state legislature beginning with the elections.

Butler , began to advocate what became known as the "Edgefield Plan" or "Straightout Plan". They believed that the previous five years had shown it was not possible to outvote African Americans. Gary and Butler deemed compromises with black leaders to be misguided; they felt white men must be restored to their antebellum position of preeminent political power in the state. They proposed that white men form clandestine paramilitary organizations—known as "rifle clubs"—and use force and intimidation to drive the African American from power.

Members of the new white groups became known as Red Shirts. Tillman was an early and enthusiastic recruit for his local organization, dubbed the Sweetwater Sabre Club. From to , Tillman served as a member of the Sweetwater club, members of which assaulted and intimidated black would-be voters, killed black political figures, and skirmished with the African-American-dominated state militia. In , a moderate Republican, Daniel Henry Chamberlain , was elected South Carolina's governor, attracting even some Democratic votes.

It occurred in Hamburg , a mostly black town across the river from Augusta, in Aiken County , bordering Edgefield County. The incident grew out of a confrontation on July 4 when a black militia marched in Hamburg and two white farmers in a buggy tried to ride through its ranks.

Both sides filed criminal charges against the other, and dozens of armed out-of-uniform Red Shirts, led by Butler, traveled to Hamburg on the day of the hearing, July 8. Tillman was present, and the subsequent events were among his proudest memories.

The hearing never occurred, as the black militiamen, outnumbered and outgunned, refused to attend court. This upset the white mob, which expected an apology. Butler demanded that the militiamen give one, and as part of the apology, surrender their arms. If the militiamen surrendered their arms, they would be helpless before the mob; if they did not, Butler and his men would use force.

Butler brought additional men in from Georgia, and the augmented armed mob, including Tillman, went to confront the militiamen, who were barricaded in their drill room, above a local store. Shots were fired, and after one white man was killed, the rest stormed the room and captured about thirty of the militia.

Five were murdered as having white enemies; among the dead was a town constable who had arrested white men. The rest were allowed to flee, with shots fired after them. At least seven black militiamen were killed in the incident. On the way home to Edgefield, Tillman and others had a meal to celebrate the events at the home of the man who had pointed out which African Americans should be shot.

Tillman later recalled that "the leading white men of Edgefield" had decided "to seize the first opportunity that the Negroes might offer them to provoke a riot and teach the Negroes a lesson" by "having the whites demonstrate their superiority by killing as many of them as was justifiable". Ninety-four white men, including Tillman, were indicted by a coroner's jury, but none was prosecuted for the killings. Butler blamed the deaths on intoxicated factory workers and Irish-Americans who had come across the bridge from Augusta, and over whom he had no control.

Tillman raised his profile in state politics by attending the state Democratic convention, which nominated Hampton as the party's candidate for governor. Although Tillman and his men arrived too late to participate in those killings, two of his men murdered Simon Coker, a black state senator who had come to investigate reports of violence.

They shot him as he knelt in final prayer. On Election Day in November , Tillman served as an election official at a local poll, as did two black Republicans. One arrived late and was scared off by Tillman.

As there was as yet no secret ballot in South Carolina, Tillman threatened to remember any votes cast for the Republicans. That precinct gave votes for the Democrats and 2 for the Republicans. Although almost two-thirds of those eligible to vote in Edgefield were African Americans, [30] the Democrats were able to suppress the Republican African-American vote, reporting a win for Hampton in Edgefield County with over 60 percent of the vote.

Bolstered by this result, Hampton gained a narrow victory statewide, at least according to the official returns. Tillman biographer Stephen Kantrowitz wrote that the violent summer of "marked a turning point in Ben Tillman's life, establishing him as a member of the political and military leadership". The purpose of our visit to Hamburg was to strike terror, and the next morning Sunday when the negroes who had fled to the swamp returned to the town some of them never did return, but kept on going the ghastly sight which met their gaze of seven dead negroes lying stark and stiff, certainly had its effect It was now after midnight, and the moon high in the heavens looked down peacefully on the deserted town and dead negroes, whose lives had been offered up as a sacrifice to the fanatical teachings and fiendish hate of those who sought to substitute the rule of the African for that of the Caucasian in South Carolina.

Starting with the election of Hampton as governor in , South Carolina was ruled primarily by the wealthy " Bourbon " or "Conservative" planter class that had controlled the state before the Civil War. In the s, though, the Bourbon class was neither as strong nor as populous as before. Having risen to the rank of captain in the rifle club before the end of the campaign, Tillman spent the next several years managing his plantations.

He played a modest role in Edgefield's political and social life, and in was elected second in command of the Edgefield Hussars, a rifle club that had been made part of the state militia.

He supported Gary's unsuccessful candidacy for the Democratic nomination for governor in , [38] [39] and after Gary's death in , [18] as a delegate to the Democratic state convention Tillman backed former Confederate general John Bratton for the nomination, again unsuccessfully.

In an attempt to better conditions for the farmer by which Tillman always meant white males only , in he founded the Edgefield Agricultural Club. It died for lack of members. Its membership also dwindled, but Tillman was elected one of three delegates to the August joint meeting of the state Grange and the state Agricultural and Mechanical Society at Bennettsville , and was invited to be one of the speakers. When Tillman spoke at Bennettsville, he was not widely known except as the brother of Congressman George Tillman.

Ben Tillman called for the state government to do more for farmers, and blamed politicians and lawyers in the pay of financial interests for agricultural problems, including the crop lien system that left many farmers struggling to pay bills. He assailed his listeners for letting themselves be duped by hostile interests, and told of the farmer who was elected to the legislature, only to be dazzled and seduced by the elite.

The result was Bennettsville. According to Zach McGhee in his article on Tillman, "from that day to this he has been the most conspicuous figure in South Carolina". Within two months of the Bennettsville speech, Tillman was being talked of as a candidate for governor in He made political demands, such as primary elections to determine who would get the Democratic nomination then tantamount to election rather than the leaving the decision to the Bourbon-dominated state nominating convention.

He principally promoted the establishment of a state college for the education of farmers, where young men could learn the latest techniques. This was a source of his nickname, "Pitchfork Ben".

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The result was Bennettsville. According to Zach McGhee in his article on Tillman, "from that day to this he has been the most conspicuous figure in South Carolina". Within two months of the Bennettsville speech, Tillman was being talked of as a candidate for governor in He made political demands, such as primary elections to determine who would get the Democratic nomination then tantamount to election rather than the leaving the decision to the Bourbon-dominated state nominating convention.

He principally promoted the establishment of a state college for the education of farmers, where young men could learn the latest techniques. This was a source of his nickname, "Pitchfork Ben". Wayne Morgan noted that "Ben Tillman's venom was not typical, but his general feeling represented that of southern dirt farmers.

Culpepper Clark in his journal article on Tillman,. Tillman constantly baffled his enemies. Every move he made seemed sure to be counterproductive; yet his popularity only grew He assailed his enemies with a tongue so outrageous that many believed only the demise of the code duello kept him alive Despite all this, his movement grew and multiplied, thriving best when the issues appeared contrived, contradictory or without foundation.

Tillman spoke widely in the state in and after, and soon attracted allies, including a number of Red Shirt comrades, such as Martin Gary's nephews Eugene B. Gary and John Gary Evans. He sought to mold local farmers' groups into a statewide organization to be a voice for agriculturalists. In April , a convention called by Tillman met in Columbia , the state capital.

The goal of what became known as the Farmer's Association or Farmer's Movement was to control the state Democratic Party from within, and to gain reforms such as the agricultural college. He initially was unsuccessful, [52] though he came within thirty votes of controlling the state Democratic convention. Tillman had met, in , with Thomas G. Clemson , son-in-law of the late John C. Calhoun , to discuss a bequest to underwrite the cost of the new agricultural school.

Clemson died in , and his will not only left money and land for the college, but made Tillman one of seven trustees for life, who had the power to appoint their successors. Tillman stated that this provision, which made the lifetime trustees a majority of the board, was intended to forestall any attempt by a future Republican government to admit African Americans.

The Clemson bequest helped revitalize Tillman's movement. Through letters to newspapers and stump speeches, he decried the state government as a pit of corruption, [2] stating that officials displayed "ignorance, extravagance and laziness" and that Charleston's The Citadel was a "military dude factory" that might profitably be repurposed as a school for women.

Richardson had been elected in ; in he sought re-nomination, to be met with opposition from Tillman's farmers. As had been done to Republican rallies in , Tillman and his followers attended campaign events and demanded that he be allowed equal time to speak.

Tillman was a highly talented stump speaker, and when given the opportunity to debate, accused Richardson of being irreligious, a gambler and a drunkard. Even so, Richardson was easily re-nominated by the state Democratic convention, which turned down Tillman's demand for a primary election.

Tillman proposed the customary gracious motion that Richardson's nomination be made unanimous. One factor that helped Tillman and his movement in the campaign was the organization of many South Carolina farmers under the auspices of the Farmers' Alliance. The Alliance, which had spread through much of the agricultural South and West since its origin in Texas, sought to get farmers to work together cooperatively and seek reform.

From that organization would come the People's Party better known as the Populists. Although the Populist Party played a significant role in the politics of the s, it did not do so in South Carolina, where Tillman had already channeled agricultural discontent into an attempt to take over the Democratic Party.

In January , Tillmanite leader George Washington Shell published what came to be known as the "Shell Manifesto" in a Charleston newspaper, setting forth the woes of farmers under the Conservative government, and calling for them to elect delegates to meet in March to recommend a candidate for governor.

Both Tillman supporters and Conservatives realized the purpose was to pre-empt the Democratic convention's choice, and fresh, acrimonious debate over the merits of Tillman and his methods began. He and his supporters were often attacked in the newspapers by the Conservatives, but such invective by the hated elites only tended to endear Tillman the more to the farmers who saw him as their champion.

Conservatives were certain that once Tillman's voters understood how wealthy he was while speaking for debt-ridden farmers, they would abandon him; they did not. Irby nominated Tillman, stating "shame on the [Democratic] party for stabbing Gary, a man who had saved in [ sic ] us in ' Tillman spent the summer of making speeches and debating two rivals former general Bratton and state Attorney General Joseph H.

Earle for the nomination, as the Democratic leadership watched with increasing consternation. Given Tillman's strength at the grassroots level, he was likely to be the choice of the Democratic convention in September. Accordingly, the party's Bourbon-controlled state executive committee tried to use the brief August convention called to set the rules for the September one to change the nomination method to a primary, in which the anti-Tillman forces would unite behind a single candidate.

When the August convention was held, the Tillmanites had a large majority, which they used to oust the executive committee and install one loyal to Tillman. The convention also passed a new party constitution calling for a primary, beginning in Tillman was duly nominated in September as the Democratic candidate for governor, with Eugene Gary as his running mate for lieutenant governor. After the convention many Conservative Democrats, though not happy at Tillman's victory, acknowledged him as head of the state party.

Those who submitted to Tillman's rule included Hampton and Butler, the state's two U. Those Democrats who could not abide Tillman's candidacy held an October meeting with 20 of South Carolina's 35 counties represented, and nominated Alexander Haskell for governor. The announcement that Haskell would run caused a closing of Democratic ranks against him, lest white unity be sundered.

The Haskell campaign reached out to black voters, pledging that he would not disturb the limited political role played by African Americans in the state, a promise Tillman was unlikely to make. During Tillman's five years of agricultural advocacy, he had rarely discussed the question of the African American.

With blacks given control of one of South Carolina's seven congressional districts, the question of black influence in state politics seemed settled and did not play a significant role in the campaign for the Democratic nomination for governor. Tillman boasted of his deeds at Hamburg and Ellenton, but it was Gary who made race the focus of his campaign. Urging segregation of railroad cars, Gary asked, "what white man wants his wife or sister sandwiched between a big bully buck and a saucy wench"?

Although Tillman fully expected to win, he warned that should he be defeated by ballot-box stuffing, there would be war. Tillman was sworn in as governor in Columbia on December 4, , before a crowd of jubilant supporters, the largest to see South Carolina's governor inaugurated since Hampton's swearing-in.

In his inaugural address, Tillman celebrated his victory, "the citizens of this great commonwealth have for the first time in its history demanded and obtained for themselves the right to choose her Governor; and I, as the exponent and leader of the revolution which brought about the change, am here to take the solemn oath of office Tillman made it clear he was not content that African Americans were allowed even a limited role in the political life of South Carolina:.

The whites have absolute control of the State government, and we intend at any and all hazards to retain it. The intelligent exercise of the right of suffrage We deny, without regard to color, that " all men are created equal "; it is not true now, and was not true when Jefferson wrote it. The legislature, at Tillman's recommendation, reapportioned itself, costing Charleston County four of its twelve seats, and other lowcountry counties one each, with the seats going to the upcountry.

Construction of Clemson College was slowed, and subsidies for fairs were cut. Among the matters before the new, Tillman-controlled legislature was who should fill the Senate seat held by Hampton, whose term expired in March —until , state legislatures elected senators.

There was a call from many in the South Carolina Democratic Party to re-elect Hampton, who had played a major role in the state for the past thirty years, in war and peace. Tillman was embittered against Hampton for a number of slights, including the senator's neutrality in the race against Haskell. The legislature retired Hampton, who received only 43 of votes, and sent Irby to Washington in his place. The ouster of Hampton was controversial, and remained so for decades afterwards; according to Simkins writing in , "to future generations of South Carolinians, Tillman's act was a ruthless violation of cherished traditions of which Hampton was a living symbol".

Tillman as governor initially took a strong stand against lynching. The Shell Manifesto, in reciting the ills of Conservative government, had blamed the Bourbons for encouraging lynching through bad laws and poor administration. Although Governor Richardson, Tillman's predecessor, had taken action to prevent such murders, they still occurred, with no one being prosecuted for them.

In about half of the lynchings in South Carolina between and , there were claims that the black victim had raped or tried to rape a white woman, though studies have shown that lynchings were tied to economic and social issues. More lynchings took place in South Carolina in the s than in any other decade, and in Edgefield and several other counties, such killings outnumbered lawful executions.

During Tillman's first year in office there were no lynchings, compared with 12 in Richardson's last year, which Simkins attributed to Tillman's "vigorous attitude towards law enforcement". Tillman's calls to redistrict away the one congressional district dominated by African Americans, and for a constitutional convention to disenfranchise them also fell in the Senate, where the convention proposal failed to attract the necessary two-thirds majority.

The only enactment that struck at the African American in Tillman's first term imposed a prohibitive tax on labor agents, who were recruiting local farm hands to move out of state. In December , soon after the first anniversary of Tillman's taking office, a black Edgefield man named Dick Lundy was charged with murdering the sheriff's son, and was taken from the jail and lynched. Tillman sent the state solicitor to Edgefield to investigate the matter, and ridiculed the coroner's jury verdict. As usual in cases of lynching, it stated the deceased had been killed by persons unknown.

Tillman said, "the law received a wound for every bullet shot into Dick Lundy's body. In April , Mamie Baxter, a fourteen-year-old girl in Denmark , Barnwell County , alleged that an African American unknown to her had attempted to attack her. About twenty black men were detained and paraded before her; she stated that Henry Williams looked something like the man she had seen.

Placed on what passed for a trial by the mob that took him from the jail, Williams produced several respected white men to support his alibi. A majority of the mob voted against killing him, and Williams was returned to jail. More searches were made for Baxter's attacker.

A suspect in the case, John Peterson, appealed to Tillman for protection, fearing he would be lynched if taken to Denmark, and stating he could prove his innocence.

Tillman sent Peterson to Denmark with a single guard. He was taken by the mob, put on "trial", and after the mob found him guilty, was murdered. There was widespread outrage among both races across the country, both at the actions of the lynchers and at what Tillman had done. The governor said, in response, that he had assumed that, as the mob had been convinced by Williams' defense, it would allow Peterson to prove his innocence as well.

He thereafter ignored the issue of the Denmark lynching. There were five lynchings in South Carolina during Tillman's first term, and thirteen during his second. Yet as governor, he was sworn to uphold the rule of law. He attempted to finesse the matter by seeking to appeal to both sides, demanding that the law be followed, but that he would, as he stated in , "willingly lead a mob in lynching a Negro who had committed an assault on a white woman".

Under criticism, he amended this to a willingness to lead the lynching of "a man of any color who assaults a virtuous woman of any color"—the adjective "virtuous" limiting the commitment, in Tillman's view, to assaults on white women. During Tillman's second term, he had the legislature pass a bill to abolish elected local government, in favor of gubernatorial appointment of municipal and county officials. Tillman used this law to oust black officials even where that race held a voting majority.

Tillman discouraged northerners from sending aid to African Americans, fearing it would result in "lazy, idle crowds [wanting to] draw rations, as in the days of the Freedmen's Bureau They cannot be treated as we would white people. During the South Carolina state constitutional convention, however, Tillman supported a provision that permitted the removal from office of sheriffs who through negligence or connivance permitted a lynching.

The question of prohibition of alcohol was a major issue in South Carolina during Tillman's governorship. Tillman opposed banning alcohol, but was careful to speak well of temperance advocates, many of whom were women. The concern Tillman had with alcohol issues was that they divided the white community, leaving openings for black Republicans to exploit.

In the election, South Carolinians passed a non-binding referendum calling for prohibition. Bills were introduced into both houses of the state legislature that December to accomplish this, and passed the House of Representatives. Before the House bill could be passed by the Senate, Tillman sent a proposal in the form of an amendment, with instructions to pass the amended bill, and enact nothing else on the subject.

Based on a system that had been successful in Athens, Georgia , the bill banned the private sale of alcohol, setting up a system of dispensaries that would sell alcohol in sealed containers—sale by the drink, and consumption on the premises, would not be permitted.

Both houses passed Tillman's amendment, though there was opposition both within and outside the legislature. The dispensary system went into effect on July 1, The new law was met with considerable resistance, especially in the towns and cities, where Tillman had less support.

Dozens of clandestine saloons opened, fueled by barrels of illicit liquor, often transported by railroad. Tillman appointed dispensary constables, who tried to seize such shipments, to be frustrated by the fact that the South Carolina Railroad was in federal receivership, and state authorities could not confiscate goods entrusted to it. All of Tillman's constables were white, placing him at a disadvantage in dealing with the alcohol trade among African Americans.

Some of the constables tried going undercover by blacking their faces like minstrels ; later, Tillman hired an African-American detective from Georgia.

The small city of Darlington became a center of the bootlegging trade, with many illegal saloons. Tillman repeatedly warned the local mayor to crack down; when this did not occur, in April , Tillman sent a train full of constables and other enforcement personnel to Darlington.

They were repelled by gunfire, with dead on both sides. Tillman called out the state militia, which put down the unrest, though some units refused to serve. After the incident, Tillman disbanded the units of the militia that had refused his orders, and organized new companies to serve in their place.

The Darlington riot divided the state politically as Tillman prepared to seek Butler's seat in the Senate, which would be filled by the legislature in December Only weeks after the Darlington affair, the South Carolina Supreme Court declared the act creating the dispensary system in violation of the state constitution on the grounds that the government had no right to run a profit-making business.

The vote was 2—1, with Justice Samuel McGowan in the majority. McGowan was a lame duck in office; Lieutenant Governor Gary had been elected to fill his seat effective August 1, Tillman closed the dispensaries temporarily, resulting in prohibition in South Carolina, and fired the constables. He had taken the precaution, once the court agreed to take the dispensary case, of having the legislature pass a revised dispensary law.

When Gary took the bench, the Tillmanites would have a majority on the state Supreme Court, and Tillman instructed trial justices not to hear challenges to the law until after August 1. Tillman kept the law suspended until then, afterwards reopening the dispensaries under that statute. The high court declared the act constitutional on October 8, , 2—1, with Gary voting in the majority. Elected with support from the Farmers' Alliance and as a result of agricultural protest, Tillman was thought likely to join the Populists in their challenge to the established parties.

Tillman refused, and generally opposed Populist positions that went beyond his program of increasing access to higher education and reform of the Democratic Party white supremacy was not a Populist position. The Alliance and Populists demanded a system of subtreasuries under the federal government, that could accept farmers' crops and advance them 80 percent of the value interest-free.

Tillman, not wanting more federal officeholders in the state that in Republican administrations might be filled by African Americans , initially opposed the proposal.

Many farmers felt strongly about this issue, and in , Tillman was censured by the state Alliance for his opposition. Attuned to political necessities, Tillman gradually came to support the subtreasuries in time for his re-election campaign in , though he was never an active proponent. Tillman spoke at the opening of Clemson College on July 6, He took a personal interest in the bidding by various towns around the state for the new school, and supported the successful candidate, the progressive town of Rock Hill , on the state's northern border.

Rock Hill officials had offered land, cash, and building materials. The school, then admitting only white women, opened in October , after Tillman had become a senator. Tillman sought election to a second two-year term in , presenting himself as a reforming alternative to the Conservatives.

In the campaign, Tillman was a strong supporter of free silver or bimetallism , making silver legal tender at the historic ratio to gold of Such a policy would inflate the currency, and Tillman felt that would make it easier for the farmer to repay debts. The rhetoric of free silver suited Tillman as well, as he could make himself appear the champion of the farmer against the powerful interests that had committed the " Crime of '73 " as silver supporters termed the act ending bimetallism in the United States.

Announcing that a primary for , as had been prescribed two years before, was anti-reform, Tillman put off the first Democratic gubernatorial primary in the state until The bitter campaign was marked by violence, often set off by provocative language from the candidates.

According to Kantrowitz, Tillman "sought to prolong the confrontation, to take the crowd up to the edge of violence, demonstrating his identification with his farmers without quite provoking them to murder".

As the likely Democratic presidential candidate for , former president Grover Cleveland , was a staunch opponent of free silver, Tillman attacked Cleveland. Most of the South Carolina delegation, including Tillman, voted against Cleveland at the convention , but when the former president was nominated, the governor worked to deliver South Carolina for Cleveland by an overwhelming margin.

Cleveland was elected, but the new president was offended by Tillman's earlier attacks, and denied the governor any role in patronage in South Carolina, entrusting it to Senator Matthew Butler and other remaining Conservatives.

Tillman's inability to provide federal jobs for supporters made it more difficult for him to hold his coalition together. Tillman continued his verbal assaults, stating that Cleveland "is an old bag of beef and I am going to Washington with a pitchfork and prod him in his old fat ribs"—thus popularizing Tillman as "Pitchfork Ben". During the campaign, Tillman called for the defeat in the Democratic primary for the legislature of most of the men elected as his supporters, urging the selection of more loyal men.

The convention was mostly Tillmanite, and gave the governor an easy triumph. The Conservatives had agreed not to bolt the party, and Tillman won uncontested re-election.

Tillman had long seen a Senate seat as a logical next step once he concluded his time as governor. Senator Butler, whose term expired in March , had soon after the election begun to shift his positions towards Tillman's, hoping to retain Conservative backing while appealing to the governor's supporters.

The senator signed on to most demands of the Farmers' Alliance, and did not support the forces trying to prevent Tillman's re-nomination in Butler's seeming apostasy disheartened Conservatives, who did not bother to run candidates for the legislature in many counties in , abandoning the field and Butler's Senate seat to the Tillmanites.

The governor took nothing for granted, seeing to it that popular candidates, loyal to him, ran for the legislature. In addition to electing Tillman to the Senate, these legislators could help preserve his gubernatorial legacy, including the dispensary. Butler was aware of the uphill struggle he faced, and called for a primary for senator, with all Democratic legislators committed to vote to elect the winner.

Tillman, who had already finalized his plans to win in the legislature, refused. The series of debates that marked a campaign summer in South Carolina began on June 18, Butler believed he could still win by appealing to the electorate [] in the same manner as Tillman; the senator thought he understood the lessons of as well as anyone. In the debates, Butler and Tillman matched slander for slander, with Butler claiming that at Hamburg, when the shooting started, Tillman was "nowhere to be found".

According to Kantrowitz, "their struggle over the legacy of was in part over who could more legitimately claim to have murdered" African Americans. Although this tactic had been used by Butler and other Democrats against the Republicans in , Butler now decried it as "not Christian civilization to howl anyone down". Balked again, Butler attempted to turn the campaign personal, calling Tillman a liar and trying to strike him.

Tillman warned that Butler's tactics risked sundering white unity, stating to a questioner who asked why he did not meet Butler's insults with violence, "Yes, I tell you, you cowardly hound, why I took them [the insults], and I'll meet you wherever you want to. I took them because I, as governor of the State, could not afford to create a row at a public meeting and have our people murder each other like dogs.

By early July, Butler had realized the futility of his race, and took to ignoring Tillman in his speeches, which the governor reciprocated, taking much of the drama from the debates. The two men even rode in the same carriage on July 4. Nevertheless, Butler refused to surrender, even after the primary for the legislature was overwhelmingly won by the Tillmanites, threatening action in the courts and an election contest before the Senate.

Butler received 21 and three votes were scattered. Throughout his time as governor, Tillman had sought a convention to rewrite South Carolina's Reconstruction-era constitution. His main purpose in doing so was to disenfranchise African Americans. They opposed Tillman's proposal, as did others, who had seen previous efforts to restrict the franchise rebound against white voters.

Tillman was successful in getting the legislature to place a referendum for a constitutional convention on the November general election ballot. Opponents sued in the courts to overturn the referendum result; they were unsuccessful. During the convention, Tillman hailed it as "a fitting capstone to the triumphal arch which the common people have erected to liberty, progress, and Anglo-Saxon civilization since ". To assure white unity, Tillman allowed the election of Conservatives as about a third of delegates.

The convention assembled in Columbia in September , [] consisting of Tillmanites, 42 Conservatives, and six African Americans. Tillman was the dominant figure of the convention, chairing the Committee on the Rights of Suffrage, which was to craft language to accomplish the disenfranchisement.

Constrained by the requirement of the federal Fifteenth Amendment that men of all races be allowed to vote, the committee sought language that though superficially nondiscriminatory would operate or could be used to take the vote from most African Americans. Tillman spoke to the convention on October In addition to supporting the provisions of the draft document, he recalled How did we recover our liberty?

By fraud and violence. We tried to overcome the thirty thousand majority by honest methods, which was a mathematical impossibility. After we had borne these indignities for eight years life became worthless under such conditions. Under the leadership and inspiration of Mart[in] Gary The adopted provisions, which came into force after the new constitution was ratified by the convention in December , set a maze of obstacles before prospective voters. Voters had to be a resident of the state two years, the county one year, and the precinct for four months.

Many African Americans were itinerant laborers, and this provision disproportionately affected them. A poll tax had to be paid six months in advance of the election, in May when laborers had the least cash.

This allowed white registrars ample discretion to disenfranchise African Americans. Illiterate whites were shielded by the "understanding" clause, that allowed, until , permanent registration to citizens who could "understand" the constitution when read to them.

This also allowed officials great leeway to discriminate. Even if an African American maneuvered past all of these blocks, he still faced the manager of the polling place, who could demand proof he had paid all taxes owed—something difficult to show conclusively.

Conviction of one of a long list of crimes that whites believed prevalent among African Americans was made the cause of permanent disenfranchisement, including bigamy, adultery, burglary, and arson.

Convicted murderers not in prison had their franchise undisturbed. By early , many in the Democratic Party were bitterly opposed to President Cleveland and his policies. The United States was by then in the third year of a deep recession, the Panic of Cleveland was a firm supporter of the gold standard, and soon after the recession began forced through repeal of the Sherman Silver Purchase Act , which he believed had helped cause it. Sherman 's act, although not restoring bimetallism, had required the government to purchase and coin large quantities of silver bullion, and its repeal outraged supporters of free silver.

From the time of his swearing-in in December when Congress began its annual session , Tillman was seen as the voice of the dissatisfied in the nation; the New York Press stated Tillman would voice the concerns of "the masses of the people of South Carolina far more faithfully than did the Bourbon politician Butler".

Tillman believed that the nation was on the verge of major political change, and that he could be elected president in , uniting the silver supporters of the South and West.

He was willing to consider a third party bid if Cleveland kept control of the Democratic Party, but felt the Populists, by allowing African Americans to seek office, had destroyed their credibility among southern whites. Tillman was his state's favorite son candidate, and its representative on the Committee on Resolutions often called "the Platform Committee".

The platform had the support of the pro-silver majority of the committee, but the gold minority, led by New York Senator David B. Hill , opposed its support of free silver, and wanted to take the disagreement to the convention floor.

With one hour and fifteen minutes allocated to each side, Tillman and Bryan were selected as the speakers in favor of the draft platform. Bryan asked Tillman if he wanted to open or close the debate; the senator wanted to close, but sought fifty minutes to do so.

The Nebraskan replied that Hill would oppose such a long closing address, and Tillman agreed to open the debate, with Bryan to close it. When the platform debate began in the Chicago Coliseum on the morning of July 9, , Tillman was the opening speaker. Although met with applause and shouts of his name, [] he "spoke in the same manner that had won him success in South Carolina, cursing, haranguing his enemies, and raising the specter of sectionalism.

He, however, thoroughly alienated the national audience". This upset delegates, who wished to view silver as a patriotic, national issue, and some voiced their dissent, disagreeing with Tillman.

The senator alternately offended, confused, and bored the delegates, who shouted for Tillman to stop even though less than half of his time had expired. Beset by shouting delegates and one of the convention bands, which unexpectedly appeared and began to play, Tillman nevertheless pressed on, "the audience might just as well understand that I am going to have my say if I stand here until sundown.

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