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What did Jim Cow laws do? they were meant to enforce the segregation of white and black people in public places
Ida B Wells mounted an antilynching campaign in her newspaper
Plessy v. Ferguson ruled Separate by equal
Who founded the NAACP? W.E.B. Du Bois, Jane Addams and others in 1909
Who sought control of all processes related to the manufacture of steel to beat his competition? Andrew Carnegie
What is Socialism The economic system in which the state controls the economy
Who helped found the American Federation of Labor? Samuel Gompers
Whom did the government jail for his role in the Pullman Strike? Eugene V. Debs
What is Anarchism? all governments should be abolished
Social Gospel Movement Based on Christian values and led by Protestant Ministers
Chinese Exclusion Act The result of prejudice and increased opposition to immigration
What is Tammany Hall? An illegal gang gained control of government in NYC
What is Political Machine? an organization controls a local government
What were the opportunities and problems of industrialization? Opportunities- provided jobs Problems- Pollution/ unsafe working conditions
What were the opportunities and problems of urban growth? Opportunities- people from different cultures lived in the same communities Problems- tenements and slums
What were the opportunities and problems of Segregation and discrimination? opportunities- greater perceived opportunities for whites Problems- African- Americans were treated poorly
What were the opportunities and problems of Immigration? opportunities- Millions of people took jobs and purchased goods Problems- Discrimination
What were the opportunities and problems of corporations gaining power? opportunities- corporations raised large amounts of money by selling stock. problems- Corporations turn into monopolies
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