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Unit 2 Vocab

TermDefinition
Graft Illegal use of political influence for personal gain.
Melting Pot Mixing together of all cultures by assimilation.
Monopoly Complete control over its industry's production, wages and prices
Nativism Favoring native-born Americans over immigrants.
Horizontal Integration Attempting to buy out competing producers; companies producing similar products merge
Urbanization The growth of a city in population and consumerism.
Social Darwinism Philosophy that the fittest will survive in life and competition.
Patronage The power to appoint people to positions in gov’t regardless of experience.
Vertical Integration Business owners buy out their suppliers in order to control raw materials and transportation systems
Philanthropy Using your power, money or privilege to do good for the greater good without expecting anything in return.
Created by: KOliver24