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  1. (Stephen) Crane
  2. Half-Breeds
  3. urban evangelism
  4. "melting pot"
  5. American Federation of Labor (AFL)
  1. a moderate Republicans who were dissatisfied with Grant, the Radical Republicans, and Reconstruction who tended to favor reform
  2. b the conducting of large, city-wide campaigns in huge auditoriums or large churches in major cities
  3. c a place such as the United States where diverse racial and ethnic cultures blend to form a new and unified nation
  4. d influential labor organization, instituted the eight-hour workday as a standard
  5. e a naturalist, wrote "Maggie: A Girl in the Streets" and "The Red Badge of Courage"

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the application of the evolutionary theory to social institutions, proposed by Herbert Spencer
  2. this unpopular law placed high duties on manufactured and agricultural imports
  3. passed 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)
  4. Stalwart nominated for vice president in 1880
  5. begun by Ward, this philosophy states that human progress is best achieved through cooperation and that the government should be an active agent for social change

5 True/False questions

  1. "New Immigration"a place such as the United States where diverse racial and ethnic cultures blend to form a new and unified nation

          

  2. (William) McKinleyMoody's song leader, helped popularize the gospel song

          

  3. Vanderbiltrobber baron, started first in the ferry business, and then made his fortune in railroads

          

  4. injunctionlegal device by which a board of trustees is empowered to make decisions and control the operation of a whole group of companies

          

  5. Post-War EraThe Gilded Age