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Unit 5 Review Unit 5 Review

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As a result of the Pullman strike, for the next 30 years the government: As a result of the Pullman strike, for the next 30 years the government: A. ) supported labor unions B. ) tried to break up monopolies C. ) denied recognition to unions D. ) outlawed collective bargaining

Which of the following was NOT a characteristic of the Progressive movement? A. ) Which of the following was NOT a characteristic of the Progressive movement? A. ) constant pressure to reduce government regulation and control of business B. ) work towards the removal of corrupt influences on local, state, and national government C. ) a growing understanding that the view of the function of government was too narrow and needed to be expanded to meet economic and social problems D. ) working for laws to expand the control of the government from the wealth minority to more closely reflect the views of the vast majority of people who were workers

The Pullman Strike (1894) was significant in American labor history because it showed that The Pullman Strike (1894) was significant in American labor history because it showed that A. ) Unions were powerful enough to break the restrictions placed on them by management B. ) Unions were infiltrated by anarchists after people were killed during protests in Chicago C. ) The US government was willing to back the concerns of the working class people instead of backing corporate giants D. ) The needs and concerns of union members mattered less to the government than the needs and concerns of industrial executives

“As railroads expanded westward across the United States in the late 1800 s, Native “As railroads expanded westward across the United States in the late 1800 s, Native Americans were increasingly unable to hunt across the formerly open landscape of the Great Plains. ” In addition to the problems stated above, which of the other issues further led to the problems faced by Native Americans? A. ) European diseases wiped out a large portion of the Sioux population B. ) Timber land was harvested, robbing Native Americans of a valuable resource C. ) The discovery of oil got companies involved in issues of property ownership D. ) Railroads brought an increase in population, leading to controversies over land usage

Association: Samuel Gompers A. ) Women’s rights movement B. ) Race relations C. ) Association: Samuel Gompers A. ) Women’s rights movement B. ) Race relations C. ) Labor unions D. ) Entrepreneurs

Association: W. E. B. Du. Bois A. ) Women’s rights movement B. ) Race Association: W. E. B. Du. Bois A. ) Women’s rights movement B. ) Race relations C. ) Labor unions D. ) Entrepreneurs

Association: Upton Sinclair A. ) Race relations B. ) Labor conditions C. ) Government Association: Upton Sinclair A. ) Race relations B. ) Labor conditions C. ) Government reform D. ) Women’s rights movement

Association: Ida B. Wells A. ) Women’s rights movement B. ) Labor conditions C. Association: Ida B. Wells A. ) Women’s rights movement B. ) Labor conditions C. ) Government reform D. ) Entrepreneurs

Association: Alice Paul A. ) Women’s rights movement B. ) Labor conditions C. ) Association: Alice Paul A. ) Women’s rights movement B. ) Labor conditions C. ) Government reform D. ) Entrepreneurs

Association: Jacob Riis A. ) Labor conditions B. ) Immigrant conditions C. ) Race Association: Jacob Riis A. ) Labor conditions B. ) Immigrant conditions C. ) Race relations D. ) Entrepreneurs

Association: Ida Tarbell A. ) Government Reform B. ) Women’s rights movement C. ) Association: Ida Tarbell A. ) Government Reform B. ) Women’s rights movement C. ) Big Business Reform D. ) Immigration Reform

Association: Jane Addams A. ) Women’s rights movement B. ) Immigrant conditions C. ) Association: Jane Addams A. ) Women’s rights movement B. ) Immigrant conditions C. ) Government reform D. ) Big business reform

Jacob Riis, Upton Sinclair, and Ida Tarbell are all associated with what American literary Jacob Riis, Upton Sinclair, and Ida Tarbell are all associated with what American literary movement? A. ) Muckrakers B. ) Romanticism C. ) Transcendentalism D. ) Harlem renaissance

Which person would have been LEAST likely to be considered a “Progressive” in the Which person would have been LEAST likely to be considered a “Progressive” in the early 20 th century? A. ) Farmer B. ) Socialist C. ) Journalist D. ) Suffragette

The conflict that occurred at Wounded Knee can BEST be described as A. ) The conflict that occurred at Wounded Knee can BEST be described as A. ) A massacre of Lakota Sioux by United States Cavalry B. ) The last major battle in the United States Civil War C. ) The first major battle in the United States Civil War D. ) A massacre of the United States Cavalry by Lakota Sioux

“Jim Crow” laws can BEST be described as laws that A. ) Restricted the “Jim Crow” laws can BEST be described as laws that A. ) Restricted the rights of blacks B. ) Helped poor blacks attain citizenship C. ) Caused blacks to move from the north to the south D. ) Allowed blacks and whites to live and work together

Which “captain of industry” dominated the oil industry which led the government to pass Which “captain of industry” dominated the oil industry which led the government to pass the Sherman Antitrust Act? A. ) Carnegie B. ) Rockefeller C. ) Morgan D. ) Vanderbilt

Businessmen during the Gilded Age often favored relaxed immigration laws because they… A. ) Businessmen during the Gilded Age often favored relaxed immigration laws because they… A. ) Remembered their immigrant heritage B. ) Were advocates of multicultural education C. ) Valued cheap and relatively unskilled labor D. ) Wanted more people to buy the products their business produced

Who would have been most likely to visit Ellis Island? A. ) A freed Who would have been most likely to visit Ellis Island? A. ) A freed southern slave B. ) A radical republican C. ) A Russian immigrant D. ) A Chinese immigrant

“He is no doubt the greatest inventor of all time. Why, without his creative “He is no doubt the greatest inventor of all time. Why, without his creative genius, we would have no recording of sounds, no televisions, no movies … even more than that, we’d still be reading books by candle light and saying our good nights by 8 pm. ” Who is the quote talking about? A. ) Andrew Carnegie B. ) Thomas Edison C. ) Thaddeus Stevens D. ) John Rockefeller

Unit 5 NB 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. EQs (all completed = Unit 5 NB 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. EQs (all completed = 2 pt bonus) NOTES: Development of the West NOTES: New Immigrants “A Dream Deferred” = ___ / 5 pts NOTES: Rise of Trusts NOTES: Labor Debacle Labor Conditions // Progressive Reforms = ___ / 5 pts 8. Progressive Movement 9. Review Unit 5 = ____ / 10 pts TOTAL: 29 pts




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