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50. The rapid increase in the pace and character of immigration after 1890 led to a. increased nativist sentiment b. the resurrection of the Know Nothing as a major third party in presidential election c. massive deportations of Catholics and Jews d. the voluntary return of a majority of immigrants to their nation of origin
51. Individuals opposed to the concept in the cartoon would have most likely agreed with which of the following perspectives?
52. Which of the following was an immediate cause of increased American influence in the Caribbean and Pacific Islands?
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53. The ideas expressed in the cartoon best characterize which if the following periods in United States history?
54. The scene depicted in the photograph above was made possible by a. new technologies and manufacturing techniques. b. new economic opportunities for women c. greater market and credit stability. d. a decline in the domination of the United States economy by large corporations
55. While industries such as the one in the photograph above led to increasing conflicts between management and labor from 1890 to 1930, they also contributed to

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