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U.S. History

US government violated most of these. Treaties with American Indians
A way for American workers to fight for better working conditions. Unionizing
Owning business that provide the services and materials upon which an enterprise depends. Vertical integration
Not supported by most northerners at time of Civil War. Voting rights for African Americans
Fought against the lynching of Blacks. Ida B. Wells
Favored establishment of democratic governments in Latin American. Woodrow Wilson
Asked President Hayes to allow Paiutes to return to their homeland. Sarah Winnemucca
Not granted until 1919. Women's voting rights
Most of these remained poor. Working-class Americans
Style of reporting that was sensationalistic. Yellow journalism
Created by: orion.jorgensen