1. The reform movement to eliminate political corruption and modernize life for Americans was called ________________.
2. The policy that stopped the United States from forming alliances, entering agreements, and trading with other countries was called ______________.
3. Organizations that represent the needs of employees and seek better working conditions from employers are called ________________.
a. labor unions
b. political groups
4. The policy that stretches a nation's power over other territories or nations by taking control of their land, government, or economic system is known as _________________.
5. Shifting the population from the rural areas to the urban areas to be closer to their jobs is called ___________.
6. By 1890, one-third of the population in the United States lived in the ________________.
a. rural areas
b. urban areas
7. _______________ was the 26th President of the United States and the leader of Progressivism.
a. Franklin D. Roosevelt
b. Theodore Roosevelt
c. Andrew Johnson
8. The Sherman Anti-Trust Act outlawed ___________________.
a. competitive prices
b. poor working conditions
c. monopolies on producers of similar product
9. The United States purchased Alaska from Russia in 1867 for $7.2 million because _______________.
a. of its location
b. of its size
c. of its natural resources
10. The Industrial Revolution changed the economy's production from working in factories to farming crops.
11. A(n) _______________ is an organization of producers and manufacturers with the purpose of maintaining high prices and restrictive competition.
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Social Studies: The Industrial Revolution - Quiz