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The Great Strike of 1877 took place in the A) steel industry. B) textile industry. C) railroad industry. D) coal mining industry.
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User: The Great Strike of 1877 took place in the A) steel industry. B) textile industry. C) railroad industry. D) coal mining industry.

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The Great Strike of 1877 took place in the C) railroad industry.
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