anonymous
  • anonymous
What two different approaches did the Knights of Labor and the American Federation of Labor take in building a union organization?
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anonymous
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The Knights of Labor accepted only unskilled workers; the American Federation of Labor accepted only skilled workers. The Knights of Labor accepted skilled and unskilled workers; the American Federation of Labor accepted only skilled workers. The Knights of Labor refused to accept African American or Chinese workers; the American Federation of Labor accepted all workers. The Knights of Labor accepted workers from a single industry; the American Federation of Labor accepted workers from several industries.

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