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What role did lobbyists play in labor reform in the Progressive Era? A. Brought the concerns of exploited workers before legislatures B. Fought against illegal immigration C. Lobbied for longer
work days D. Lobbied for prohibition of alcohol
In the Progressive Era, lobbyists: A. Brought the concerns of exploited workers before legislatures. [ ]
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User: What role did lobbyists play in labor reform in the Progressive Era? A. Brought the concerns of exploited workers before legislatures B. Fought against illegal immigration C. Lobbied for longer work days D. Lobbied for prohibition of alcohol

Weegy: In the Progressive Era, lobbyists: A. Brought the concerns of exploited workers before legislatures. [ ]
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User: What was the main goal of the National Child Labor Committee? A. To establish separate areas for children to work B. To limit the amount of child labor C. To raise wages for working children D. To reduce discrimination against children in the workplace

Weegy: What was the main goal of the National Child Labor Committee? B. To limit the amount of child labor
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User: Which one of the following was the least significant contributor to the development of labor unions? A. Child laborers B. Company towns C. Injuries and deaths D. Long hours

Weegy: Which one of the following was the least significant contributor to the development of labor unions? A. Child laborers
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Weegy: What effect did the book The Jungle have on American society? A. Federal regulations of food distribution were passed.
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Weegy: The United States' acquisition of Hawaii is an example of which of the following? C. Imperialism
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User: What Mexican leader forced the American troops out of Mexico? A. Emiliano Zapata B. Francisco Madero C. Poncho Villa D. Venustiano Carranza

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