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What was the Bessemer Process?
grants to build transcontinental railroads
JP Morgan placed his directors on boards of banks
melting minerals down to create steel
regulating railroads by creating fairer prices and standards
How did John Rockefeller try to organize his Standard Oil?
How did Andrew Carnegie organize his steel business?
buying out the competition
placing his managers on competing boards
buying up all of the organization and resources that make steel
use of Pinckney Detective agency
What did the AF of L want in negotiating with businesses?
move to socialist govermment
integration union labor
include women into the union labor force
"bread and butter issues" with pay and regulations
What did the Knights of Labor uniquely want in their union?
minimum wage and maximum working hours
integrated union labor force for race and skill
move to a communist economy
laissez faire government and relaxed restrictions
What were the "stepping stones" in American foreign policy in the 1890s?
conquering of Hawaii and Philippines to gain influence over China
forcing China to open up to international trade
move to offensive Roosevelt Corollary
development of Panama Canal for trade with China
Which of the following did Populists favor in the 1890s?
bimetallism or the use of silver and gold to inflate prices
the use of only gold to stop inflation
organizing workers to strike for minimum wages and maximum working hours
integrated racial unions to develop more power for labor
Where did New Immigrants come from in the 1890s?
Africa and Latin America
India and Latin America
Western and Southern Europe
Eastern and Southern Europe
What was the Open Door Policy?
American foreign policy declaring war on Spain to liberate Cuba.
American recognition of Puerto Rico as its own state.
American negotiation of peace between Japan and Russia following the Russo-Japanese War.
American negotiation for China to open to Western trade through negotiated trade zones.
What did Upton Sinclair write about?
poverty in urban centers
poor meatpacking standards
corruption in the Senate
What was Teddy Roosevelt's political philosophy on monopolies?
Monopolies can be good but need to be regulated.
Monopolies are always bad and must be ended completely.
Monopolies are a part of natural competition in the market.
The government should take on the role of a monopoly in guiding the economy.
Which of the following is an example of Woodrow Wilson's philosophy on monopolies?
regulation of the National Securities railroad trust
support of the Anthracite Coal union strike
helping to pass women's right to vote with 19th amendment
income tax to break down the wealth of the top tier
How did Woodrow Wilson try to end World War I and stop future wars?
He initiated his 14 Points Plan
He called for the offensive Roosevelt Corollary
He wanted the defensive Monroe Doctrine
He passed the Neutrality trade acts
During the Roaring Twenties, how did the standards of living change?
More people to farming regions
The government incentivized farmers to move west
More people moved into suburbs
The number of immigrants accepted into the country increased
Which of the following accurately describes Booker T Washington's beliefs?
Black Self Reliance
Back To Africa
Which organization did WEB Du Bois start?
CORE-Congress of Racial Equality
NAACP-National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
SNCC-Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee
Black Panther Party
What was Marcus Garvey's solution to racial inequalities?
Black Self Reliance
Back To Africa
What was buying on the margin?
paying for consumer goods over time
paying 10% for stocks while borrowing 90%
boosting consumer power through government public works
deficit spending to boost the economy
In the First New Deal, FDR did which of the following:
Balanced Budget and Building Consumer Power
Packing the Courts
In the Second New Deal, FDR did which of the following:
Keynesian deficit spending
National Industrial Recovery Act
Agricultural Adjustment Acts
During World War II, women and African Americans moved to...
urban industrial centers
American foreign policy at the end of World War II can be described as?
Leadership in energy and economics
Based upon Dollar Diplomacy