Presentation on theme: "Chapter 17: The Busy Hive: Industrial America at Work, 1877–1911"— Presentation transcript:
1Chapter 17: The Busy Hive: Industrial America at Work, 1877–1911 iClicker Questions for America’s History, Seventh Edition and America: A Concise History, Fifth Edition
21. A cattle dealer who built a stockyard company based on vertical integration was Gustavus F. Swift.John Murray Forbes.Cornelius Vanderbilt.Jay Gould.
3northern Europe. Ireland. southern and eastern Europe. Latin America. 2. Most of the immigrants without industrial skills who flooded into American factories came fromnorthern Europe.Ireland.southern and eastern Europe.Latin America.
43. The emergence of modern labor management was characterized by a proliferation of job openings for highly skilled craftspeople.increasing worker autonomy in the workplace.the elimination of brain work from manual labor.decreasing efficiency in industry.
54. Eugene V. Debs was the leader of the anarchists.Socialist Party of America.Knights of Labor.American Federation of Labor.
65. The Burlingame Treaty was signed between the United States and France.Canada.China.Great Britain.
7blue-collar. white-collar. horizontal integration. piecework. 6. John D. Rockefeller pioneered a business strategy that became known asblue-collar.white-collar.horizontal integration.piecework.
87. In the 1890s, few women in the United States worked as salespeople.telephone operators.packers and assemblers.skilled tradespeople.
9American Federation of Labor Knights of Labor Socialists I.W.W. 8. Samuel Gompers became president of which of the following labor organizations?American Federation of LaborKnights of LaborSocialistsI.W.W.
10antitrust yellow-dog white-collar Greenback 9. By 1890, 21 states had passed what kind of laws to prevent monopolies?antitrustyellow-dogwhite-collarGreenback
1110. The Knights of Labor believed that reform could best be achieved by creating a cooperative commonwealth where workers owned and ran the factories.a political party that was devoted to the interests of labor.strong craft-based unions that were able to bargain successfully with management.a tightly knit union that excluded nonwhites and women.
12Answer is A Answer is C Answer is B Answer is D Answer Key for Chapter 17Answer is AAnswer is CAnswer is BAnswer is D