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By 1890, one-third of the population in the United States lived in urban areas.

The Sherman Anti-Trust Act outlawed monopolies on producers of similar product.

The United States purchased Alaska from Russia because of its many natural resources.

Theodore Roosevelt  was the 26th President of the United States and the leader of progressivism.
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organization of producers and manufacturers with the purpose of maintaining high prices and restrictive competition​


the reform movement to eliminate political corruption and modernize life for Americans

the policy that stopped the United States from forming alliances, entering agreements, and trading with other countries​


organizations that represent the needs of the employees and seek better working conditions from employers​

labor unions

the policy that stretches a nation's power over other territories or nations by taking control of their land, government, or economic system

shifting the population from the rural areas to the urban areas to be closer to their jobs​


the first and the largest labor organization founded in Philadelphia by Uriah S. Stephens in 1869

Knights of Labor

the change in the economy's production from farming crops to working in factories​

Industrial Revolution
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