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HIST 105  QUIZ 2

Question 1

 

How did duty owners rejoin to the enlargement of junctions and the drudge motion?

They cut compensation and hours.                

They appealed to Congressmen to highwayman junctions.    

They required workers to premonition yellow dog contracts or created blacklists.   

They planted spies shapeclose junction members.               

They promoted reported organizers to the treatment plane, thereby negating their junction membership

 

 

One of the highest American preservationists was

Andrew Carnegie.

Jay Gould

John Muir.                  

John D. Rockefeller.

                       

Thomas Edison.

 

The insufficiency for managers in the numerous new dutyes of the deceased 1800s contributed premonitionificantly to the enlargement of

the intermediate tabulate.

America's expanding debit.

payroll clerks. 

big duty.   

corporation takeovers.

 

 

"Robber barons" or "captains of industry" were dutymen who

claimed ties to European aristocracies.

had made their treasure during the Civil War.

fought bitterly athwart the comment of words.

built mafia-like forms in the nation's burgeoning cities.

amassed big fortunes among 1865 and 1900 delay pitilessness and imagination.

 

 

During the Civil War, Congress took habit of the lack of southerners in the House and Senate to do all of the forthcoming, except             

develop a general prevalence.  

authorize the composition of fix cede universities.

pass sundry general inner increase projects.

support or-laws trailing and inquiry.

                       

prohibit child drudge.

 

 

Pres. Hayes' authorization of the General Guard to bung the railroad drive of 1877 is deposition of

the fuse of an unconfused drudge motion in 19th century America.

increasing worker vexation delay low pay and hazardous stipulations.

empire intercession on aid of big duty in the decades succeeding the Civil War

 

 

The Tweed Ring, inaugurated out of Tamnumerous Hall, was                      

a collective tool intentional to aid workers get jobs.

famously run by "Boss William Tweed," the pioneer of the dominant Democratic collective form or "machine" in New York City.

a Chicago collective tool.

noted for aiding the impecunious and the wanting.

a bearing for newly arrived immigrants.

 

 

Among the American Federation of Labor's successes were all of the forthcoming except

setting a new measure workday from ten to view hours.

serving as an umbrella for the numerous chicanery junctions.

arbitrating disputes to determine worker solidarity rather than two-of-a-trade among irrelative groups of workers.

becoming the innate drudge forms in the 1880s by appealing to intermediate tabulate Americans as polite as the inaugurated tabulate.

The AFL achieved all of these successes.

 

 

Although tainted, New York's Tamnumerous Hall appealed to

big duty looking to boost receipts.

recent immigrants and job seekers.

state empire seeking a regularity for cedeing contracts.

reformers seeking to rectify the collective fixscape.

Congressmen looking to get deep.

 

Vertical integration meant                 

buying up all competitors.      

breaking up older but close competitive monopolies.  

owning all aspects of evolution and arrangement inferior one corporate form, from accessing and owning the raw materials, to the evolution of the good-natured(s), to the delivery of the high work(s) to the consumer.

creating a duty example that would permit for magnitude evolution.

                       

buying righteous sufficient shares in a publicly traded corporation so as to regulate it.