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Question 10 1 out of 1 points How did the displacement of native peoples in Australia differ from the experience of Indians in the American West? Answers: Selected Answer: Correcte. Government policy orchestrated the removal of Aboriginal children from their homes for official adoption by whites. a. Aboriginals were well compensated for their land. b. White diseases decimated Aboriginals.
c. Aboriginals were subject to cultural reconstruction. d. Aboriginals were gathered together into centralized areas set aside by the government. Correcte. Government policy orchestrated the removal of Aboriginal children from their homes for official adoption by whites. Question 11 1 out of 1 points The coming of the railroad to the Far West had little to do with the rapid expansion of corporate timber production.
Question 12 1 out of 1 points The new social order of the Gilded Age: Answers:
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The Knights of Labor raised the question of whether meaningful freedom could exist in a situation of extreme economic inequality.
Question 14 1 out of 1 points Andrew Carnegie and John D. Rockefeller: Selected Answer: Correcta. built up giant corporations that dominated their respective markets. Answers: Correcta. built up giant corporations that dominated their respective markets. b. led the way in social reform. c. faced no criticism for their business practices. d. were both immigrants. e. advocated government regulation of business.

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