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History of the American People

History

Quiz 19 :

Production and Consumption in the Gilded Age

Quiz 19 :

Production and Consumption in the Gilded Age

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Which group would have been least likely to get jobs in trades such as construction and restaurant service?
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C

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As American cities grew during the Gilded Age, __________.
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B

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With the rapid growth of manufacturing, for working-class people, __________.
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A

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Sears, Roebuck and Company and Montgomery Ward, the great mail-order houses, were in Chicago because it was __________.
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By 1900, the United States was __________ in the world in terms of productivity.
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The main demand of the strikers gathered at Haymarket Square in Chicago was __________.
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The Haymarket Square meeting took place the day after __________.
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The most significant development shaping the American economy after the Civil War was the __________.
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Before writing The Gospel of Wealth, Andrew Carnegie had made his fortune in __________.
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The "gospel of wealth" __________.
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The most important result of the Sherman Antitrust Act by 1902 was to __________.
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Which financier was popularly known as the "worst man in the world"?
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The largest labor organization in the nineteenth century was __________.
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The long-term goal of the Knights of Labor was to __________.
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John D. Rockefeller's horizontal combination was so successful that he controlled what percentage of the nation's oil refining by 1882?
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The cheapest labor for unskilled jobs such as woodworking and garments was usually __________.
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In 1900, the greatest concentration of manufacturing in the United States was in the __________.
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By 1890, approximately what fraction of the population lived in cities?
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The AFL considered a strike __________.
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One result of the respect accorded the AFL was that in 1894 __________.
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