Presentation on theme: "Chapter 17: The Busy Hive: Industrial America at Work, 1877–1911"— Presentation transcript:
1 Chapter 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
2 1. A cattle dealer who built a stockyard company based on vertical integration was Gustavus F. Swift.John Murray Forbes.Cornelius Vanderbilt.Jay Gould.
3 northern 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.
4 3. 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.
5 4. Eugene V. Debs was the leader of the anarchists.Socialist Party of America.Knights of Labor.American Federation of Labor.
6 5. The Burlingame Treaty was signed between the United States and France.Canada.China.Great Britain.
7 blue-collar. white-collar. horizontal integration. piecework. 6. John D. Rockefeller pioneered a business strategy that became known asblue-collar.white-collar.horizontal integration.piecework.
8 7. In the 1890s, few women in the United States worked as salespeople.telephone operators.packers and assemblers.skilled tradespeople.
9 American 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.
10 antitrust yellow-dog white-collar Greenback 9. By 1890, 21 states had passed what kind of laws to prevent monopolies?antitrustyellow-dogwhite-collarGreenback
11 10. 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.
12 Answer is A Answer is C Answer is B Answer is D Answer Key for Chapter 17Answer is AAnswer is CAnswer is BAnswer is D