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5 Matching questions

  1. horizontal integration
  2. (Eugene V.) Debs
  3. gospel song
  4. (William Jennings) Bryan
  5. Vanderbilt
  1. a robber baron, started first in the ferry business, and then made his fortune in railroads
  2. b a sacred tune that is less formal than a hymn and has a more popular, easily sung melody
  3. c Democratic presidential nominee in 1896, called "the Great Commoner"
  4. d controlling all of one entire segment of an industry
  5. e founder of the American Railway Union, leader of the Pullman Strike

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. moderate Republicans who were dissatisfied with Grant, the Radical Republicans, and Reconstruction who tended to favor reform
  2. the vision of many Southerners that the South would match the North in economic and industrial capacity
  3. leader of urban evangelism
  4. Scottish immigrant who invented the telephone, formed AT&T
  5. the desire for worldly possessions and the belief that only they can bring true happiness

5 True/False questions

  1. Morgan (J.P.)Moody's song leader, helped popularize the gospel song

          

  2. Interstate Commerce Actpassed under Cleveland, this law stated that railroad rates should be fair, railroad companies should publish all rates and make financial reports, and provided for the creation of the Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC)

          

  3. Homestead Strikestrike in which Chicago workers striked unsuccessfully, then boycotted the company

          

  4. Post-War Eramoderate Republicans who were dissatisfied with Grant, the Radical Republicans, and Reconstruction who tended to favor reform

          

  5. McKinley Tariffthis unpopular law placed high duties on manufactured and agricultural imports

          

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