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Question 13 out of 3 pointsWhich of the following is true about the Compromise of 1877?Selected Answer:Democrats dropped their objection to Republican Rutherford B. Hayes becoming presidentAnswers:Democrats dropped their objection to Republican Rutherford B. Hayes becoming presidentfederal troops were allowed to stay in the ex-Confederate states of the South indefinitelyRepublicans dropped their objection to Democrat Samuel J. Tilden becoming presidentthe compromise ended a fierce dispute over disputed vote tallies in 3 northern statesQuestion 23 out of 3 points____________________was equally adamant about exposing the harsh life that most blacks experienced in the South. As the first African American to graduate from Harvard University with a Ph.D., he was destined to bring a strong voice of dissent to southern race relations, discrimination, segregation, and lynching. Question 33 out of 3 pointsIn June, 1892, members of the Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers (the AA) went on strike against the Carnegie Steel Company. What was this strike?
aboveQuestion 43 out of 3 pointsDesigned to restore competition where it no longer existed, this act gave the Departmentof Justice the right to break up trusts.Question 53 out of 3 pointsThe Dawes Severalty Act established all of the following except:Selected Answer:forced the removal of American IndiansAnswers:Authorized the President to allot portions in the west of landgranted citizenship to American Indiansforced the removal of American Indiansgave 160 acres to each head of family