Liberty University HIUS 222 historical case study quiz 1 complete solutions correct answers key
Who did the Reading Daily Eagle blame for the strike?
What did Albert Parsons advocate?
How did the announcement by the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad in 1876 that it was cutting wages 10% make a strike more likely?
What message is Frank Bellew’s cartoon, “Labor and Capital,” attempting to send?
What did J.J.B. satirically adapt in September 1877 to make his point concerning the exploitation of workers?
During the nineteenth century, what changed in the American workplace?
How were women who participated in the strikes portrayed in newspaper sketches?
What did the “Striker” demand in his article from September 1877?
Which labor union, stimulated by the strike, met in 1878 for the first time and flourished until the late 1880s?
Who did Harper’s Weekly blame for most of the violence in the strike?
Supporters of a laissez-faire economic philosophy wanted the government to intervene to help workers in the 1870s.
Where did the 1877 Strike begin?
Which of the following statements best describes the late 19th century workplace?
Which of the following statements concerning the Great Strike of 1877 is not true?
While unskilled workers had been hurt by the growth of industrialization after the Civil War, most skilled workers had prospered.
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