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APUSH Immigration & Urban Society MC
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The United States did NOT restrict immigration during most of the 19c for all of the following reasons EXCEPT
an amendment to the Constitution was necessary to enact such legislation
Thomas Nast achieved fame and influence as a
A member of the Social Gospel movement would probably
argue that Christians should work to reorganize the industrial system and bring about international peace
In 1890, Jacob Riis vividly portrayed life in an American urban slum in his work
How the Other Half Lives
Which of the following population trends occurred in the United States from 1860 to 1910
faster rate of growth for the cities than for the general population
"Native" Americans disliked immigrants for all of the following reasons EXCEPT
immigrants were strong supporters of prohibition.
wrote about conspicuous consumption and conspicuous leisure.
As a result of the introduction of mass transit in cities
different social groups no longer lived close together.
Political machines spread and thrived in urban areas during the late 19c because
existing city government structures were so disorganized and chaotic.
The Chinese in America encountered a form of racial prejudice for all of the following reasons EXCEPT
the perception that they were unwilling to perform hand work.
Which of the following groups would have been most likely to support Tammany Hall
poor urban immigrants
Jane Addams is most closely associated with which of the following
the settlement house movement.
After 1890, increased immigration began to present a national problem because
unskilled laborers tended to concentrate in crowded urban slums.
The social ethic which prevailed in late 19c America stressed that
economic success was available to anyone who worked hard.
Those believing in the idea of the "Melting Pot" predicted that
a unique American culture would emerge from the blending of Old World cultures
In the late 1800s, the available welfare services were generally provided to the urban poor by
the bosses of the city machines.
Europeans who came to the United States after 1880 have been described as "new" immigrants mainly because they
came generally from different countries than most earlier immigrants
Which of the following enabled city dwellers of the late 19c and early 20c to live in greater comfort and safety
the adoption of public health regulations
The most dangerous aspect of urban life in the late 19c was
inadequate water and sewage systems.
The groups that migrated to the cities after the Civil War included large numbers of all of the following groups EXCEPT
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