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Chapter 3

TermDefinition
Nativism Hostility toward immigrants.
Skyscraper A tall building.
Tenement Multifamily apartments with bad conditions.
Political machine An organization that often controlled local gov.
Party boss The person in control of a political machine.
Graft Collecting money in dishonest ways.
Individualism The belief that the person can become successful no matter what.
Social Darwinism A philosophy based on Charles Darwin's theories of evolution and natural selection.
Philanthropy Money to support social goals.
Settlement House An institutional located in a poor neighborhood that provided numerous community services.
Americanization Process of causing a person to acquire American traits.
Populism Political movement representing mainly farmers that favored free coinage of silver and other industries
Greenbacks Unit of paper currency issued during the Civil War.
Inflation An ongoing increase in prices and decrease in the value of money.
Graduated income tax A tax based on the net income.
Deflation A decline in the volume of available money or credit.Lowering rices, increasing power of money.
Cooperatives A store where farmers buy products from each other.
Poll tax
Segregation
Jim Crow laws Statutes enacted to enforce segregation.
Lynch
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