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This invention increased expansion and development in the West, connecting the region to vital markets in the cities
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This invention increased expansion and development in the West, connecting the region to vital markets in the cities
railroads
A place of business where laborers worked long hours for low wages in unsafe conditions
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A place of business where laborers worked long hours for low wages in unsafe conditions
factories
This political party helped the expansion of big business and industry
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This political party helped the expansion of big business and industry
Repubicans
This federal law made it illegal for businesses to form trusts, or to conspire together to eliminate competition
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This federal law made it illegal for businesses to form trusts, or to conspire together to eliminate competition
Sherman Antitrust
Landmark Supreme Court case that allowed the federal government to regulate private industry in order to protect the public interest
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Landmark Supreme Court case that allowed the federal government to regulate private industry in order to protect the public interest
Munn vs. Illinois
action that unions take to temporarily stop work in order to achieve goals/redress
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action that unions take to temporarily stop work in order to achieve goals/redress
strike
a replacement worker used to continue business operations when regular employees strike
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a replacement worker used to continue business operations when regular employees strike
scabs
tactic unions used to negotiate between groups
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tactic unions used to negotiate between groups
collective bargaining
leader of the mine workers union and the American Railway Union
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leader of the mine workers union and the American Railway Union
Eugene Debs
event/riot that turned very violent and allowed the public to turn against unions
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event/riot that turned very violent and allowed the public to turn against unions
Haymarket Riot
a settler on Western land provided by the government
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a settler on Western land provided by the government
Homesteader
Why did the U.S. have unrestricted immigration during the 19th century
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Why did the U.S. have unrestricted immigration during the 19th century
labor demand
ethnic group that worked on building the transcontinental railroad
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ethnic group that worked on building the transcontinental railroad
chinese
explain why farmers were upset with the railroad companies
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explain why farmers were upset with the railroad companies
price gouging of transportation costs
The Dawes Act pushed for Native Americans to do this
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The Dawes Act pushed for Native Americans to do this
assimilation
home that shared similar walls with other similar homes
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home that shared similar walls with other similar homes
rowhouse
population of people that made up more than half the population of 18 major U.S. cities by 1910
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population of people that made up more than half the population of 18 major U.S. cities by 1910
immigrants
what were three things that affected living conditions in the cities?
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what were three things that affected living conditions in the cities?
sanitation, plumbing, fire hazard, overcrowding,
why did immigrants come to the cities?
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why did immigrants come to the cities?
opportunities, jobs
what was the reform movement that used the teachings of Christianity to help the poor?
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what was the reform movement that used the teachings of Christianity to help the poor?
Social Gospel
situation where one industry controls an entire industry
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situation where one industry controls an entire industry
monopoly
Scottish immigrant who became a giant in the steel industry
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Scottish immigrant who became a giant in the steel industry
Carnegie
the theory that taught that only the strong survive, survival of the fittest
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the theory that taught that only the strong survive, survival of the fittest
Social Darwinism
Rockefeller controlled this industry while Vanderbilt controlled this industry
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Rockefeller controlled this industry while Vanderbilt controlled this industry
Oil, Railroad
why do corporations have more of an advantage over companies owned by a single person?
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why do corporations have more of an advantage over companies owned by a single person?
market power

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