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B. Were weak and essentially unenforceable. C. Both A and B. D. None of the above. 12. In Lochner. v. New York (1905), the U.S. Supreme Court: A. Upheld the ideal of liberty of contract. B. Put down the ideal of liberty of contract. C. Ruled that only the federal government could regulatc interstate railroads. D. Declared that the Sherman Anti-Trust Act did not apply to sugar refining. 13. The following statement about the Railroad Strike of 1877 is NOT true: A. It was the first national labor walkout. B. It revealed ties between the Republicans and the new class of industrialists. C. It was centrally organized by the Knights of Labor. D. President Hayes ordered the workers put down by force.
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14. The strike directly leading to the Haymarket affair was over: A. Poor working conditions. B. Desire for an 8-hour day. C. Wage reduction. D. The announcement that the factory would become nonunion. 15. The Homestead Strike of 1892: A. Culminated the victory of the Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers B. Was resolved without violence C. Reflected broader battles over American Freedom D. Served as the integration of two American ideas of freedom 16. In 1892, addressing the economic plight of fam~ers and laborers, declared that the power of government should be expanded to eliminate oppression, injustice, and poverty. A. Farmers' Alliance B. Omaha Platform C. The Knights of labor D. People's Party Paper 17. Which Populist actively campaigned for a black-white alliance? A. James Weaver B. Lorenzo Lewelling C. Tom Watson D. Eugene Debs 18. Which of these was NOT a cause of the Kansas Exodus? A. The stagnant economy in the New South B. The racial barrier to employn~ent C. The lack of unions for blacks D. The expansion ofjob opportunities in northern cities 19. Who condemned the Memphis lynching in 1892? A. IIemy L. Smith B. Bl yden Jackson C. Ida B. Wells D. Jane Adams 20. Established in 1894, called for reducing immigration by barring the illiterate from entering the Unitcd States. A. The New Nativism Movement B. The Immigration Restriction League C. The Page Law D. The New immigration Act
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2 1. United States v. Wong Kim Ark dealt with A. Awarding citizenship to children of Chinese immigrants born in America B. Providing an economic opportunity to Chinese Immigrants C. Admitting Chinese students to public schools D. Removing the strict restriction for Chinese immigrants 22. Which of these was the main argument of Booker T. Washington's Atlanta Speech? A. Urging blacks to accommodate to segregation B. Advocating liberal education for all C. Stressing ceaseless agitation for civil and political rights D. Emphasizing the importance of obtaining farms or labor skills for blacks 23. The main idea of "Business Unionism" was that labor unions should A. seek economic independence B. embrace the ideal of a "cooperative commonwealth" C. form political parties for achieving power in government D. negotiate with employers for better working conditions 24. Which was NOT included in Women's Christian Temperance Union's reform?
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