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Swageraid32

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Which of the following events damaged public support for the labor union movement during the late 19th century? (3 points) the opening of Ellis Island the Pullman Strike the Triangle Shirtwaist fire the Haymarket Square riot

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    The answer is C) the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire The Triangle Shirtwaist Fire of 1911 still remains one of the most vivid and horrid tragedies that changed American Labor Unions and labor laws. The fire had come only five years after Upton Sinclair published his book The Jungle, which detailed the plight of the workers at a meat packer's plant. But instead of reforming the working conditions most people wanted to reform the health and safety regulations on food. The tragic death of 146 girls, whose average age was 19, was needed before the politicians and the people saw for the need to regulate safety in the workplace.

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    Its not c, i got it wrong

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