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History 105

White Redeemers terrorized African Americans in the South with arson, assassinations, and intimidation in order to
keep black men from voting.
The Civil Rights Act of 1875 did not include restrictions on racial discrimination in
the workplace.
How did President Grant’s administration respond to increased southern violence against free men and women?
The administration passed two laws making it a felony to interfere with the right to vote and allowing the government to suspend the writ of habeas corpus to end Klan violence.
African Americans in the South demonstrated their newly achieved freedom by
All of these choices.
Congress responded to Lincoln’s Ten-Percent Plan, as it was known, by passing the
Wade-Davis Bill.
Immediately after the Civil War, many white landowners
tried without success to force blacks who had once been their slaves to work under very similar conditions, even to the point of using the whip.
The Tweed Ring, working out of Tammany Hall, was
famously run by “Boss William Tweed,” the leader of the dominant Democratic political organization or “machine” in New York City.
Industrialists justified their growing financial and political strength in all of the following ways except
They insisted that they earned what they had from hard work and declined unfair advantages.
Racism was a particularly important incentive for poor white voters supportive of the Democratic ticket in the South because
keeping black people as an underclass in southern society was important to poor whites’ sense of self-worth and economic well-being.
One of the earliest American preservationists was
John Muir
Vertical integration meant
owning all aspects of production and distribution under one corporate organization, from accessing and owning the raw materials, to the production of the good(s), to the delivery of the finished product(s) to the consumer.
How did business owners respond to the growth of unions and the labor movement?
They required workers to sign yellow dog contracts or created blacklists.
The Haymarket strike led to:
growing anti-union sentiment nationwide.
Which was true for most immigrants to America?
all of the choices
Ida B. Wells-Barnett, an editor and writer, concentrated her reform efforts on the social issue of
Which of these was not a major reason for immigration to America in the late 1800s and early 1900s?
American advertisements placed in Western European newspapers.
Housing for factory workers was so bad in the late 1800s, and city sanitation was so poor, that epidemics of ____ swept through whole cities.
The major industries that developed in the South prior to 1900 included all of the following except
It is true of the southern textile industry that
it was the most successful area of industrial development for the South.
The final act in the U.S. war against the Plains Indians took place at
Wounded Knee.
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