American History Chapter 18
- University of Oklahoma
- Organic Chemistry
- Organic Chemistry 3153
- American History Chapter 18
Last Modified: 2014-06-03
An example of vertical integration was:
By 1900, legislative acts that regulated the horrors of child labor were:
The number of immigrants from northern and western Europe was highest around:
The term gilded age refers specifically to a time when:
Upton Sinclair’s The Jungle focused on the problems of:
Jacob A. Riis’s How the Other Half Lives focused on:
The use of sweatshops was most common in the garment industry
An effect of the rise of corporations in America was:
The number of immigrants from eastern and southern Europe was highest around:
Which event happened last?
Before the industrial boom of the late 1800s:
Andrew Carnegie stated a differing view of the Gospel of Wealth by expressing that:
Between 1870 and 1910, the percentage of people working in __________ shrank.
The purpose of the settlement house movement was to:
One effect of workers being required to work long hours was:
One disadvantage for American workers of the rise of corporations was:
Horatio Alger stories reinforced Gospel of Wealth ideas.
A turning point in the Pullman strike occurred when:
The Great Uprising of 1877 was a general strike against the nation’s steel manufacturers.
An industrial owner who practiced horizontal integration:
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