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CH. 17 CHALLENGES TO GOVERNMENT AND CORPORATE POWER:  RESISTANCE AND REFORM, 1877-1890 1.  THE KNIGHTS OF LABOR “Growing nationwide movement against the standards imposed by  industrialization and capitalism . . . (Jones, 2006, p. 572). 2.  CHINESE EXCLUSION ACT (1882) prohibits Chinese laborers’ entry into the  U.S while allows Chinese merchants and students to immigrate. Blacks into the “New South”—lowest paying jobs, digging ore out of the  Northern Alabama hill, constructing railroad in the Florida swamp—convict  labor 3.  “Jim Crow” in the West 4. “Buffalo Soldiers” 5. WOUNDED KNEE MASSACRE (1890) ended Indian Wars of the nineteenth  century. 6. FARM BATTLES -Recession in the late 1880s for the Dakotas, Nebraska, Kansas, and Texas -Mobilize new political party --Colored Farmers’ Alliance    7.  THE KNIGHTS OF LABOR (1869) -Effort to organize European Americans, African Americans, Latino men  and women
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