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Lincoln Steffens did much of his research and writing about ________.
The author of The Jungle was ________.
The ________ set new standards for mass production in the early twentieth century.
What theory did Henry Ford use to derive his company's enormous revenues?
Between 1898 and 1903, the American economy saw ________.
Who was the leading financier in the United States in the early 1900s?
In 1900, ________ founded the first industrial research laboratory.
What did workers find when faced with changes in the new industrial system of mass production?
Which disaster forced state and national attention on working conditions in factories and stores?
Between 1900 and 1920, many women found ________.
Most working African Americans at the beginning of the twentieth century ________.
The Niagara Movement wanted to make what changes?
The organization that led the fight for equal rights and education for blacks was the ________.
What defined immigrants as "birds of passage"?
In the first decades of the twentieth century, how did Mexican immigration to the United States change?
In the early 1900s, immigrants to the United States ________.
The American Federation of Labor, in the first decade of the twentieth century, ________.
Which describes the Industrial Workers of the World?
One thing some forward-thinking business leaders did because they were concerned about labor unrest was to ________.
In terms of worker relations, what was Henry Ford known for?
How had life changed for Americans by 1920?
The violence found in ________ led to the establishment of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).
Which of these popular forms of entertainment drew on the immigrant experience?
During the Progressive Era, the African-American experience heavily influenced _________.
The Ashcan School of artists ________.
Magazines became popular and successful in the early 1900s partly because of which of these factors?
How did industrialism change as it moved into the twentieth century?
Henry Ford is often described as the inventor of the assembly line. In what way is this an inaccurate description?
How did Ford's Model T lead to better roads?
The difference between a monopoly and an oligopoly includes ________.
Because of new methods of production in the first years of the twentieth century, workers ________.
How did management methods by Frederick W. Taylor's affect workers?
American businesses began paying attention to size, speed, organization and marketing because ________.
Which of these arrived in the 1910s, helping to end the isolation felt by farmers?
How did irrigation create a rural class system in the West?
Why did more black women work than white women in the early 1900s?
Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. Dubois did not agree on ________.
The founding of the NAACP grew out of ________.
Between 1915 and 1918, labor productivity dropped in the United States because ________.
A major difference between the goals of the American Federation of Labor and the Industrial Workers of the World was ________.
What methods were often used by unions to achieve their goals?
In the early 1900s, why did the middle class have a powerful effect on production?
"Off-the-rack" clothes replaced what kind of clothing?
Which of these was true for life expectancy in the U.S. in the period from 1900 to 1920?
In what way were the methods of Henry Ford and Edward L. Stratemeyer similar?
How were the works of dancers, musicians, artists, and poets related in the early 1900s?
In what sense did the Ashcan School reflect the work of muckrakers?
The muckrakers and progressives disagreed on what to reform first and how to do it, but not on _______.
How did mass production change life for Americans?