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Which of the following statements best describes most lower-income people living in cities? Many were paid high wages and worked fewer hours. They lived in tenements and worked in factories. Most
lived in suburbs and worked as managers. Question #3TrueFalse Score: Urbanization and immigration kept United States factory workers available. TrueFalse Question #4MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. The three major problems brought about by urbanization were: clean airtenementscrimetraffic congestionfaster distributionreduced production Question #5TrueFalse Score: Monopolies and antitrust laws checked corporation control. TrueFalse Question #6TrueFalse Score: Trade unions wanted to better the bargaining position of workers. TrueFalse Question #7TrueFalse Score: Labor unions improved the worker's position with support of labor laws and collective bargaining. TrueFalse Question #8TextMultipleChoice Score: The merging of several businesses into one, combining assets, forms a(n) antitrustcorporationmonopoly. Question #9MultipleChoice Score: Negotiations between labor leaders and management is called: a work stoppagecollective bargaininga strike Question #10TrueFalse Score: Unions and government legislation improved working conditions. TrueFalse Question #11TrueFalse Score: Millions of people moved to the nation's rural areas hoping to improve their economic positions. TrueFalse Question #12TrueFalse Score: Labor laws and antitrust laws kept corporations under control. TrueFalse Question #13MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. Five factors aiding the booming growth of corporations included: consolidationmonopolieslabor unionsstifling competitionmodern machineryspecialists Question #14TrueFalse Score: The Great Railroad Strikes were violent outbreaks against unions. TrueFalse Question #15MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. Factory employees consisted of which five groups of people? managersownersimmigrantsunskilled laborersartisanschildren Question #16MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. Three improvements sought by workers included: higher wageschildcarefewer hoursbetter working conditionsmore hours Question #17MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. Three advantages that corporations brought to America were: employmentunionslower pricestenementsa share of the profits Question #18TrueFalse Score: People who lived in the cities were forced to rely on others for employment. TrueFalse Question #19TextMultipleChoice Score: In early America, women and children who had to work were readily employed by factories because they were paid lessstrongermore skilled than men. Question #20MultipleChoice Score: How did businesspeople form corporations? They combined their capital and received permission from the government to merge.Unions and businesspeople agreed to form corporations.The government provided funds for businesspeople to form corporations. Question #21MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. Five factors that make a corporation a mammoth enterprise include: stockholdersmodern machineryconsolidationspecialistsstifling competitionantitrust laws Question #22MultipleChoice Score: Which of the following was the first labor organization that began in 1866? Knights of LaborNational Federation of LaborNational Labor UnionAmerican Federation of Labor Question #23TrueFalse Score: Workers dreaded layoffs because they had no unemployment insurance. TrueFalse Question #24MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. What three advantages did the labor movement bring to America's working class? cultural and educational advantagesantitrust lawsinsurance benefitsimproved working conditionsfewer hours
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User: Which of the following statements best describes most lower-income people living in cities? Many were paid high wages and worked fewer hours. They lived in tenements and worked in factories. Most lived in suburbs and worked as managers. Question #3TrueFalse Score: Urbanization and immigration kept United States factory workers available. TrueFalse Question #4MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. The three major problems brought about by urbanization were: clean airtenementscrimetraffic congestionfaster distributionreduced production Question #5TrueFalse Score: Monopolies and antitrust laws checked corporation control. TrueFalse Question #6TrueFalse Score: Trade unions wanted to better the bargaining position of workers. TrueFalse Question #7TrueFalse Score: Labor unions improved the worker's position with support of labor laws and collective bargaining. TrueFalse Question #8TextMultipleChoice Score: The merging of several businesses into one, combining assets, forms a(n) antitrustcorporationmonopoly. Question #9MultipleChoice Score: Negotiations between labor leaders and management is called: a work stoppagecollective bargaininga strike Question #10TrueFalse Score: Unions and government legislation improved working conditions. TrueFalse Question #11TrueFalse Score: Millions of people moved to the nation's rural areas hoping to improve their economic positions. TrueFalse Question #12TrueFalse Score: Labor laws and antitrust laws kept corporations under control. TrueFalse Question #13MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. Five factors aiding the booming growth of corporations included: consolidationmonopolieslabor unionsstifling competitionmodern machineryspecialists Question #14TrueFalse Score: The Great Railroad Strikes were violent outbreaks against unions. TrueFalse Question #15MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. Factory employees consisted of which five groups of people? managersownersimmigrantsunskilled laborersartisanschildren Question #16MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. Three improvements sought by workers included: higher wageschildcarefewer hoursbetter working conditionsmore hours Question #17MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. Three advantages that corporations brought to America were: employmentunionslower pricestenementsa share of the profits Question #18TrueFalse Score: People who lived in the cities were forced to rely on others for employment. TrueFalse Question #19TextMultipleChoice Score: In early America, women and children who had to work were readily employed by factories because they were paid lessstrongermore skilled than men. Question #20MultipleChoice Score: How did businesspeople form corporations? They combined their capital and received permission from the government to merge.Unions and businesspeople agreed to form corporations.The government provided funds for businesspeople to form corporations. Question #21MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. Five factors that make a corporation a mammoth enterprise include: stockholdersmodern machineryconsolidationspecialistsstifling competitionantitrust laws Question #22MultipleChoice Score: Which of the following was the first labor organization that began in 1866? Knights of LaborNational Federation of LaborNational Labor UnionAmerican Federation of Labor Question #23TrueFalse Score: Workers dreaded layoffs because they had no unemployment insurance. TrueFalse Question #24MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. What three advantages did the labor movement bring to America's working class? cultural and educational advantagesantitrust lawsinsurance benefitsimproved working conditionsfewer hours

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