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Chapter 16

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Chapter 16
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1.  In the late nineteenth century, social thinkers such as Edward Bellamy, Henry George, and Lawrence Gronlund offered numerous plans for change primarily because they were alarmed by a fear of:
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2.  After the Civil War, which became symbols of a life of freedom on the open range?
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3.  Republican economic policies strongly favored:
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5.  Which statement about labor and the law is false?
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6.  The Dawes Act:
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7.  Henry George argued in Progress and Poverty that poverty sprang from:
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8.  Social Darwinism in America:
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9.  An example of what the economist and social historian Thorstein Veblen meant by conspicuous consumption is:
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10.  Andrew Carnegie and John D. Rockefeller:
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11.  The theory of Social Darwinism argued that:
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12.  Who ran for mayor of New York in 1886 on a Labor ticket?
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13.  What was the merit system for federal employees called?
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14.  Thomas Edison:
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15.  The Indian victory at Little Bighorn:
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16.  Elections during the Gilded Age:
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17.  Bonanza farms:
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18.  Henry George rejected the traditional equation of liberty with:
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19.  In How the Other Half Lives, Jacob Riis:
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20.  Who insisted that freedom and spiritual self-development required an equalization of wealth and power and that unbridled competition mocked the Christian ideal of brotherhood?
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21.  Who did not deal, in some literary way, with the subject of America’s poor?
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22.  In the nineteenth century, pools, trusts, and mergers were:
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23.  Crédit Mobiler and the Whiskey Ring:
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24.  One of the reasons that the Great Strike of 1877 was important is that
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