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OGT History B

OGT History Benchmark B

Beginning in England in the 1750's, it was a change in the way goods were produced. Instead of making goods at home by hand, people produced them in factories with large machines. INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
Vast amounts of identical goods were made. MASS PRODUCTION
New scientific methods and machinery had a positive impact on farming. AGRICULTURAL REVOLUTION
The movement of large numbers of people from rural areas to cities, primarily in search of jobs. URBANIZATION
People moving from other countries into the United States. IMMIGRATION
Organized by workers so that they could act as a group with greater bargaining power than they had as individuals. LABOR UNIONS
Workers halt all production hoping to put pressure on their employer to meet their demands. STRIKE
Formed to serve as a single union for all workers skilled and unskilled. Demanded 8 hour workday, safety codes in factories, higher wages, end child labor, and equal pay for women. KNIGHTS OF LABOR
An organization created in 1881 as a loose combination of unions of skilled workers, like carpenters. AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR
People moving out of a country to another country. EMIGRATE
Formed by farmers, called for restrictions on railroad companies, an 8 hour workday, a progressive income tax, and direct elections of U.S. Senators. POPULIST PARTY
A political movement of the early 1900's which sought to correct the abuses of industrialization and to reform government. PROGRESSIVE MOVEMENT
Journalists who uncovered corruption and abuses in society. MUCKRAKERS
The government should not interfere in the operations of businesses. LAISSEZ-FAIRE
Made monopolies illegal. SHERMAN ANTITRUST ACT
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