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Grade 5 :: Industrialization by saluquis
Grade 5 :: Industrialization by adhicks21
When did the Industrial Revolution take place?
  1. during the Civil War
  2. from the Civil War to the early 1900s
  3. in the 17th century
  4. in the 1950s and 60s
Grade 5 :: Industrialization by adhicks21
Grade 5 :: Industrialization by adhicks21
Grade 5 :: Industrialization by adhicks21
Choose the four ways that America improved during the Industrial Revolution. (choose 4)
  1. transportation
  2. agriculture
  3. finance
  4. industry
  5. computers
  6. communications
Grade 10 :: Industrialization by kevakc
Many of the business trusts created in the late 1800s were eventually declared illegal primarily because they
  1. eliminated competition by forming monopolies
  2. combined companies that manufactured different products
  3. donated large sums of money to political candidates
  4. allowed children to work under unsafe conditions
College :: Industrialization by Delaney_Mose
What is changing within industrialization?
  1. Bigger scale
  2. Machines
  3. Factories
  4. Quicker
  5. All of the above
Grade 5 :: Industrialization by saluquis
Which form of Mass Production was used by Henry Ford to produce automobiles in large quantities?
  1. Assembly Line
  2. Morse Code
  3. Bessemer Process
  4. Interchangeable Parts
Grade 5 :: Industrialization by saluquis
Technology can be defined as:
  1. ONLY electronics
  2. new ideas about how to do something and the equipment needed to do it.
  3. Computers
  4. anything that needs electricity in order to work.
College :: Industrialization by Delaney_Mose
Grade 10 :: Industrialization by kevakc
The Interstate Commerce Act (1887), the Sherman Antitrust Act (1890), and the Clayton Antitrust Act (1914) are similar in that they were intended to
  1. reaffirm the federal government’s laissezfaire attitude toward big business
  2. increase the federal government’s power to regulate business practices
  3. authorize the breakup of labor unions
  4. reject the use of trustbusting
Grade 10 :: Industrialization by kevakc
In response to the demands of farmers and small business owners, Congress enacted laws in the late 19th century that
  1. supported the organization of farm cooperatives
  2. regulated the activities of railroads and trusts
  3. provided direct payments to farmers to help them buy modern machinery
  4. dropped tariff rates to the lowest point in the century
Grade 11 :: Industrialization by coachstooks
What new way of selling goods did Richard Sears pioneer?
  1. Mail-order catalogs
  2. Rural chain stores
  3. Bargain basement sales
  4. Billboard advertising
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