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Which two cities were the most popular destinations during the Great Migration? New York and Chicago Atlanta and New York Detroit and Chicago Chicago and Atlanta
New York and Chicago were the most popular destinations during the Great Migration.
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Which statement characterizes Japan’s economy during the Meiji Restoration? A. Japan’s economy limited trade with other nations because of isolationism. B. Japan’s economy was based on agriculture and did not change much.. C. Japan’s economy expanded trade with Western nations and industrialized rapidly. D. Japan’s economy suffered economic declines because industrialization was slow.
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Japan’s economy expanded trade with Western nations and industrialized rapidly. -characterizes Japan’s economy during the Meiji Restoration.
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Lincoln Steffens was considered a reformer specifically because he A. was a journalist. B. wrote about modern issues. C. was wealthy and born in the United States. D. worked to expose problems in business and in politics.
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Lincoln Steffens was considered a reformer specifically because he worked to expose problems in business and in politics.
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Which of the following best describes what Addams meant by “the Settlement”? A. Chicago B. immigration C. Hull House D. the social gospel
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The Settlement then, is an experimental effort to aid in the solution of the social and industrial problems . . . in a great city. Hull House -best describes what Addams meant by the Settlement.
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What did President Jackson do when he was elected that was an example of the spoils system? A. He replaced hundreds of government workers with his own supporters. B. He supported the rigging of elections so that this own supporters would be elected to office. C. He, along with his supporters, stole money from the federal treasury. D. He cut hundreds of federal positions and did not replace them.
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President Jackson when was elected provided an example of the spoils system by replacing hundreds of government workers with his own supporters.
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