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Reformers of the late 1800s supported the Pendleton Civil Service Act (the merit system) because

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Reformers of the late 1800s supported the Pendleton Civil Service Act (the merit system) because: they wanted to stop the corruption of the spoils system  The pendleton civil service act require that the workers in federal government shall be rewarded on the basis of merit and not their political affiliation. This way, those who will get the most reward are those who successfully done more works.

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