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Which of the following statements about John D. Rockefeller is most accurate? A. He drilled the first oil well near Titusville, Pennsylvania. B. He invented the concept of vertical integration. C. He founded the Standard Oil Company when he was 24 years old. D. He considered competition to be the central ideal of capitalism.
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C. He founded the Standard Oil Company when he was 24 years old.
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Which of the following labor activists founded the American Federation of Labor? A. Uriah Stephens B. William Sylvis C. Terence Powderly D. Samuel Gompers
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In 1876, the first separate graduate school was established A. at Radcliffe. B. by the Morrill Land Grant Act. C. at Harvard by Charles W. Eliot. D. at Johns Hopkins University.
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Which of the following noted American authors wrote works that supported slavery? A. Ralph Waldo Emerson B. Harriet Beecher Stowe C. Edgar Allan Poe D. Henry David Thoreau
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Which of the following is associated with the development of chain stores? A. R. H. Macy B. John Wanamaker C. F. W. Woolworth D. Marshall Field
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C. F. W. Woolworth is associated with the development of chain stores.
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