Practice Quiz 4

Practice Quiz 4 - 1. The Workingman's Party of California...

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1. The Workingman's Party of California a. had strong support in San Francisco b. had wide representation at the constitutional convention of 1878 c. differed from other labor parties because of its strong focus on the Chinse as scapegoats of the economic woes of California workers (X) d. is represented by all of these statements 2. The Spanish-speaking population in California in the gilded age a. consisted mostly of recent arrivals from Mexico b. closely identified with the Californio past to establish their cultural traditions c. increasingly concentrated in separate Spanish-speaking neighborhoods in the larger cities (X) d. is defined by all of these statements (X) 3. Gilded Age politics can best be described as a. dominated by the Democratic Party b. dominated by the Republican Party c. constant partisan turnover d. the story of labor movement success 4. Most California Indians in the gilded age a. had moved to Indian territory b. worked for wages on farms close to the villages where they lived c. offered no resistance to their condition, according to their traditional peaceful way of life d. lived on government-established reservations Most California Indians in the gilded age 5. The clarification of water rights became increasingly important as farming in California increased.
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