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How did unions help the working classes?
a) by helping the men learn how to sew b) by helping the children get extra hours of work c) by helping the owners get paid more d) by helping the workers get better working conditions
What did The Communist Manifesto state should happen?
a) the bourgeoisie (haves) should own all the businesses b) the proletariats (have-nots) should all the factories c) the bourgeoisie (haves) should overthrow the proletariats (have-nots) d) the proletariats (have-nots) should overthrow the bourgeoisie (haves)
Who wrote The Communist Manifesto?
a) Jethro Tull and Karl Marx b) Mrs. McPhaul and Ms. Caldwell c) Ms. Dykstra and Ms. Baskin d) Karl Marx and Freidrick Engels
How was socialism different from laissez-faire capitalism?
a) socialism wanted gov't to be involved in business, and laissez-faire capitalism didn't b) laissez-faire capitalism wanted gov't involved in business, and socialism didn't c) socialism wanted gov't invloved in business and laissez-faire captialism did too d) laissez-faire capitalism wanted government in business and socialism did too
What is laissez-faire capitalism?
a) no religious involvement in government b) no government involvement in religion c) no religious involvement in business/economy d) no governmetn involvement in business/economy
Which is NOT a reason that living conditions were bad during the Industrial Revolution?
a) no running water b) large apartments c) apartments were crowded d) small apartments
How is division of labor related to the assembly line?
a) people were to work on the assembly line for long hours b) people were divided into social classes on the assembly line c) people were forced to work at the factory d) people were assigned specific jobs on the assembly line
Why did urbanization occur during the Industrial Revolution?
a) people moved to the country to find jobs b) people moved to the city to find jobs c) people moved to other countries to find jobs d) people moved to water sources to find jobs
How did interchangeable parts change the way things were made?
a) parts were different which caused issues with repairs b) parts were identical which helped with pairs c) parts could not be used in other machines easier d) parts could not be used in other machines
What was invented that allowed factories to be built away from water sources?
a) spinning jenny b) cotton gin c) steam engine d) water loom
How did the locomotive and steamboat help people?
a) it allowed people/products to travel farther b) it allowed people/products to move slower c) it allowed people to earn more money d) it allowed people to travel shorter distances
Why were factories first built near a water source?
a) because they needed the water to as a power source b) because they needed the water for food c) because they needed the water for animals d) because they needed water for the bathrooms
Why were factories built?
a) to bring machines and products into one location b) to bring workers and machines into one location c) to bring unions and machines into one location d) to bring capitalism and socialism into one location
During the Industrial Revolution, invention of machines replaced the work done by --
a) humans b) machines c) factories d) cottages
Which industry started the Industrial Revolution?
a) textile b) iron c) coal d) steel
How was the Industrial Revolution different from the French and Latin American Revolutions?
a) it was religious and not political b) it was economic and not political c) it was political and not religious d) it was political and not economic
In what country did the Industrial Revolution begin?
a) United States b) Spain c) France d) Great Britain
Which of the following is NOT a contribution of the Agricultural Revolution?
a) increased crops b) increased population c) higher death rate d) small farmers moved to cities
What was the purpose of reform laws in the 1800s?
a) They made the working conditions better for the workers b) They made the working conditions worse for the workers c) They made the working conditions better for men only d) They made working conditions worse for men only
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