Review for Industrialization_ Immigration_ and Reform Test by malj

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             Review for Industrialization, Immigration, and Reform Test

1. What is the process called that melts down hot iron and blows hot air through it to
remove impurities causing steel to be produced quickly?

2. What are three new uses of steel?

3. Andrew Carnegie made his money by investing in

4. John D. Rockefeller made his money by investing in

5. What type of workers did the Knights of Labor accept?

6. What is it called when union leaders met with business owners to negotiate? What
labor union used this technique?

7. What industry did Upton Sinclair’s book The Jungle tell about the horrors of?

8. The strike at Homestead demonstrated that:

9. With regard to strikes during the Industrial Revolution, the government would usually
intervene on the side of:

10. As a result of the Haymarket bombing

11. In the late nineteenth century, Social Darwinists believed

12. The term “free silver” meant

13. Which group of people in 1882 did Congress ban from coming to America for the
next 10 years?

14. Which of the following is true about the Chinese Exclusion Act?

15. Which of the following was among the objectives of Booker T. Washington?

16. The black leader at the turn of the century who refused to accept second-class
    citizenship for blacks and founded the National Association for the Advancement of
    Colored People (NAACP) for the purpose of fighting racial discrimination through
    the courts was

17. Which of the following statements is most consistent with the philosophy of Marcus
    Garvey’s Universal Negro Improvement Association?

18. The Supreme Court’s 1896 decision in Plessy v. Ferguson

19. This group in the early 1900s worked to reform society to achieve order and stability:

20. The powers of initiative, referendum, and recall expanded:

21. Theodore Roosevelt was associated with these three things:
22. The political machines such as Tammany Hall which ran American cities at the turn
    of the century derived their strongest support from

23. Three examples of American imperialism:

24. When Roosevelt campaigned for reelection in 1904, he promised Americans a:

25. What was the major port of entry for immigrants arriving from Europe between 1880-
1950?

26. What is imperialism?

27. 16th Amendment-

28. 17th Amendment-

29. 18th Amendment-

30. 19th Amendment-

29. Muckrakers

30. Populist Party was an outgrowth of

31. Yellow Journalism

32. Hull House

33. New Immigrants were from?

34. Old Immigrants were from?

35. Vertical Integration

36. Horizontal Integration

37. Robber Baron

								
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