Chapter 5-Mixed Questions-33MC

Chapter 5-Mixed Questions-33MC - Chapter 5-Mixed...

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Chapter 5-Mixed Questions-33MC 1. John D. Rockefeller made his fortune in the field of: A. steel B. banking C. shipping D. petroleum 2. Both Social Darwinism and Darwin's theory of biological evolution agree with the doctrine of: A. Social Gospel B. instant creation C. biblical inerrancy D. survival of the fittest 3. A major feature of the program of the American Federation of Labor was its emphasis on: A. mass organization of all laborers--skilled, unskilled, and agricultural B. political action to achieve its goals C. immediate objectives, such as wages, hours, and working conditions D. reforming and altering the capitalist systeml 4. The Homestead strike of 1892 and the Pullman strike of 1894 were similar in that: A. both started when management ordered pay cuts for workers B. both involved the American Railway Union C. federal troops were used to restore order in both D. strikers fought Pinkerton guards in violent pitched battles at both locations 5. In seeking a court injunction against the Pullman and related railroad strikes, the federal government invoked. .. A. its powers over interstate transport of the mails B. its general police power C. its powers C. of national defense D. the due-process clauses of the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments 6. Louis Sullivan was significant to American urban development as: A. the inventor of the flush toilet B. the builder of the first subway C. the inventor of the elevator D. an architect , especially of skyscrapers 7. During the age of industrialization, the South a. took full advantage of the new economic growth and trends. b. was treated preferentially by the railroads. c. turned away from agriculture. d. remained overwhelmingly rural and agricultural. e. began, for the first time in history, to grow more prosperous than the North. 8 The establishment of transcontinental rail lines and the construction of America’s massive rail network had all of the following effects except a. they led to the rapid industrialization of the Old South following the Civil War. b. they allowed for rapid distribution of goods throughout the country. c. their building spurred a series of important technical advances.
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