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21) In the decades before the Civil War, Cincinnati workersA) viewed their bosses as a separate and hostile class.B) refused to join unions or participate in strikes.C) struck for fair wages.
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D) steadily improved their standard of living.Answer:CDiff: 2Page Ref: 272Skill:InterpretiveTopic: Factories on the Frontier22) The continuing urban growth of New York City from 1820 to 1860 resulted primarilyfrom itsA) access to waterpower.B) manufacturing of textiles.C) being an intersection of natural transportation routes.D) role in domestic and foreign trade.Answer:DDiff: 2Page Ref: 273Skill:InterpretiveTopic: Urban Life23) Urban growth in many antebellum citiesA) outpaced the government’s provision of public services.B) led to healthier and more comfortable living conditions.C) followed an attractive and orderly plan.D) made it the nation’s largest city by 1860.Answer:ADiff: 2Page Ref: 274Skill:InterpretiveTopic: Urban Life24) A dramatic rise in the concentration of wealth in the United States from 1820 to 1860A) eased social tensions.B) hardened class lines.C) resulted in mass suffering.D) calmed labor protests.Answer:BDiff: 1Page Ref: 274Skill:InterpretiveTopic: Urban Life
25) Of the following economic indicators describing conditions in Philadelphia, which oneDECREASED from 1820 to 1860?A) downward occupational mobilityB) proportion of craftsmen in the laboring classC) residential mobilityD) percentage of unskilled wage earners in or near povertyAnswer:BDiff: 3Page Ref: 275Skill:InterpretiveTopic: Urban Life26) The role of the ideal woman in antebellum America was toA) perform complementary tasks in the family’s struggle to get ahead.B) pursue a rewarding and professional career.C) create a clean and wholesome home for family life.D) produce vital goods or earn money necessary for the family’s subsistence.Answer:CDiff: 2Page Ref: 276-277Skill:InterpretiveTopic: Urban Life27) The concept of domesticityA) confined women to home and family activities.B) implied the moral superiority of women.C) elevated women’s economic and political status.D) helped working-class women make psychological sense of their lives.Answer:BDiff: 3Page Ref: 277Skill:InterpretiveTopic: Urban Life28) How did the character of the free black community shape the Philadelphia riot?A) The black community was large and visible, angering whites.B) It had its own institutions and elite, which challenged white supremacy.C) It had its own wealth, which frustrated jobless whites.D) All of the above.Answer:DDiff: 2Page Ref: 280Skill:InterpretiveTopic: Urban Life

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