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5 th Grade Social Studies Ch. 7-8 Vocabulary Mrs. Thornburgs version
Vocabulary Terms in 5 th Grade Social Studies Ch. 7-8 CorporationCompetitionMonopoly Labor UnionPersecutionStrike Ethnic GroupTenementDemand ProgressivesRailheadSlum Rapid TransitMuckrakerSupply
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The amount of something that people want to buy at certain prices. demand.
5 th Grade Social Studies Ch. 8 Vocabulary Mrs. Thornburg’s version.
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