Was confinement to separate but equal facilities.
Was thirty days in jail.
Were Jim Crow penalties.
Immigrants often took the best-paying jobs.
Immigrants often spoke English better than they did.
They blamed immigrants for increases in crime and poverty and said immigrants took jobs away from Americans.
Settlement houses excluded native-born Americans from social and cultural programs.
They advocated for a graduated income tax to reduce the gap between rich and poor.
They believed poor people and recent immigrants should be given social services to help them compete in a capitalist society.
They invented vertical and horizontal integration as big business techniques.
They believed that stronger people, businesses, and nations would prosper, while weaker ones would fail.
Demand in-home childcare while they went to the polls.
Repeal alcohol taxes since they used alcohol for many medicinal purposes.
Ignore their duties at home.
Vote for passage of more healthcare measures and thus have more babies.
The IWW textile workers strike in Lawrence, Massachusetts
Lochner v. New York
The Teapot Dome scandal
Triangle Shirtwaist Company fire
They organized labor strikes.
They exposed corruption by writing about it.
They testified in Senate hearings.
They hired lawyers to settle disputes about safety.
The amount of nutritious food sold by New York grocers increased.
The number of wrongful death lawsuits went down.
Landlords’ insurance rates dropped.
Death rates in New York dropped dramatically.
The creation of the posts of city commissioners
The elimination of the position of city manager
The direct election of senators
The ending of jail time for failure to pay debts
Was responsible for crime, poverty, and violence against women.
Was produced under unsanitary conditions.
Caused health problems.
Production lines were liable to burst into flames under the right conditions.
The creation of the Interstate Commerce Commission.
The passage of the Meat Inspection Act.
The passage of the Elkins Act.
He recognized that natural resources were limited and believed that their use needed to be controlled.
He thought the land could be developed more efficiently and profitably by government.
He feared the consequences for industry if the open forests were under the care of only conservationists.
He realized that lumber was too valuable a commodity to be kept inaccessible to business.