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John D. Rockefeller was a successful businessman in which important industry?
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John D. Rockefeller was a successful businessman in which important industry?
Oil
Andrew Carnegie was a successful businessman in which important industry?
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Andrew Carnegie was a successful businessman in which important industry?
Steel
Cornelius Vanderbilt was a successful businessman in which important industry?
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Cornelius Vanderbilt was a successful businessman in which important industry?
Railroad
What was the name of the private police force that was often called in to break up strikes?
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What was the name of the private police force that was often called in to break up strikes?
Pinkertons
Joseph Pulitzer and William Randolph Hearts became pioneers for their work on what?
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Joseph Pulitzer and William Randolph Hearts became pioneers for their work on what?
Newspaper
The negotiation of contracts as a group, for instance by labor unions, is known as what?
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The negotiation of contracts as a group, for instance by labor unions, is known as what?
Collective Bargaining
In the election of 1896, who did Rockefeller, Carnegie, and Morgan all support for president?
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In the election of 1896, who did Rockefeller, Carnegie, and Morgan all support for president?
William McKinley
Which strike occurred in 1894 and included 300,000 railroad workers across the country?
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Which strike occurred in 1894 and included 300,000 railroad workers across the country?
Pullman Strike
What was the name of the riot in Chicago in 1886 that resulted in the deaths of dozens of protesters and police?
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What was the name of the riot in Chicago in 1886 that resulted in the deaths of dozens of protesters and police?
Haymarket Riot
Which strike occurred in Pennsylvania in 1892 when a steel plant cut workers’ wages and later resulted in the attempted assassination of Henry Frick, Andrew Carnegie’s partner?
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Which strike occurred in Pennsylvania in 1892 when a steel plant cut workers’ wages and later resulted in the attempted assassination of Henry Frick, Andrew Carnegie’s partner?
Homestead Strike
Which location outside of New York City processed most European immigrants starting in 1892?
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Which location outside of New York City processed most European immigrants starting in 1892?
Ellis Island
Where did the “new” immigrants from Europe in 1870s tend to come from?
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Where did the “new” immigrants from Europe in 1870s tend to come from?
Southern & Eastern Europe
What were the worst accommodations on board ocean liners that transported new immigrants to America between the 1870s and 1920s?
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What were the worst accommodations on board ocean liners that transported new immigrants to America between the 1870s and 1920s?
Steerage
Which group of immigrants was excluded from the country in 1882, which ended up hurting the economy of California since it relied on their cheap labor?
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Which group of immigrants was excluded from the country in 1882, which ended up hurting the economy of California since it relied on their cheap labor?
Chinese
Which location outside of San Francisco processed most Chinese immigrants after 1910?
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Which location outside of San Francisco processed most Chinese immigrants after 1910?
Angel Island
America was considered to be a place where white people of all different nationalities blended together to create a single culture. What was this commonly known as?
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America was considered to be a place where white people of all different nationalities blended together to create a single culture. What was this commonly known as?
Melting Pot
Starting in the 1830s, which economic and political philosophical movement spread to the U.S. that opposed capitalism and favored the public control of property and wealth?
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Starting in the 1830s, which economic and political philosophical movement spread to the U.S. that opposed capitalism and favored the public control of property and wealth?
Socialism
What was the term for the belief that only the best would and should survive in the rough-and-tumble world of American business and capitalism?
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What was the term for the belief that only the best would and should survive in the rough-and-tumble world of American business and capitalism?
Social Darwinism
A tendency towards native-born white Americans over “new” immigrants was called what?
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A tendency towards native-born white Americans over “new” immigrants was called what?
Nativism
What was the name of the movement to help immigrants learn English and to adopt American dress and diet?
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What was the name of the movement to help immigrants learn English and to adopt American dress and diet?
Americanization Movement
What is the term for the process in which cities and the people living in them increase?
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What is the term for the process in which cities and the people living in them increase?
Urbanization
What was the name given to small, hot, dark, and dirty workhouses?
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What was the name given to small, hot, dark, and dirty workhouses?
Sweatshop
Who became the President of the United States after the assassination of William McKinley?
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Who became the President of the United States after the assassination of William McKinley?
Theodore Roosevelt
What is the term given for a culture that is more and more alike due to improvements in communication and transportation and everyone wants the same clothing and goods?
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What is the term given for a culture that is more and more alike due to improvements in communication and transportation and everyone wants the same clothing and goods?
Mass Culture
What was a name for a culture in which people want and quickly buy the many new products on the market as soon as they are available?
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What was a name for a culture in which people want and quickly buy the many new products on the market as soon as they are available?
Conspicuous Consumption
(1) Which labor union did Uriah Stephens found in 1869 that included all workers of any trade, skilled or unskilled?; (2) Which labor union did Samuel Gompers help found in 1886 that was a loose organization of some 100 unions of skilled workers?; and (3) Which labor union did Eugene V. Debs found in 1893 that opposed the Pullman Palace Car Company’s layoff of many of its workers and its 25% salary cut?
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(1) Which labor union did Uriah Stephens found in 1869 that included all workers of any trade, skilled or unskilled?; (2) Which labor union did Samuel Gompers help found in 1886 that was a loose organization of some 100 unions of skilled workers?; and (3) Which labor union did Eugene V. Debs found in 1893 that opposed the Pullman Palace Car Company’s layoff of many of its workers and its 25% salary cut?
(1) Knights of Labor; (2) American Federation of Labor; and (3) American Railway Union




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