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please help me with this question. iwill become fan and do best response to whoever helps me... Which explains how Roosevelt modeled his New Deal programs after Progressive reforms? He designed programs that kept government interference in the economy at a minimum and allowed consumers to grow businesses. He designed programs that strictly regulated big businesses and kept industries from monopolistic influences. He designed programs that considered the interests of wealthy citizens over the interests of impoverished citizens living in the United States. He designed programs that sought to protect against bank failure and economic insecurity and preserve freedom of choice and inventiveness in business. What is one thing the first and second Industrial Revolutions had in common? They caused the rise of the middle class. They relied on electrical power. They began in the 18th century. They benefited from canals and railroads. In the trial conducted after the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire, New York City Fire Marshal William L. Beers gave this testimony: Question: Did you examine the fire-escapes of that building? Answer: After the fire. Question: What did you find? Answer: I found the fire-escape on the rear of the building, which was the only one, and was entirely inadequate for the number of people employed in that building. Source: How did testimony such as this from the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory disaster affect the workplace? State and federal governments began to take measures to protect the safety of workers. Factory owners were required to allow unions to take steps to protect worker safety. The courts ruled that the government could not interfere in matters of workplace safety. Factory owners improved working conditions but cut wages and lengthened the workday. The poem below was written in the early 1900s: Her voice was like the sound of blended flutes Blown by black players upon a picnic day. She sang and danced on gracefully and calm, The light gauze hanging loose about her form; To me she seemed a proudly-swaying palm Grown lovelier for passing through a storm. Upon her swarthy neck black, shiny curls Profusely fell; and, tossing coins in praise, The wine-flushed, bold-eyed boys, and even the girls, Devoured her with their eager, passionate gaze; But, looking at her falsely-smiling face I knew her self was not in that strange place. Source: To which of the following is the excerpt above linked? the Jazz Age the Lost Generation the Harlem Renaissance religious fundamentalism How did vertical integration help the Carnegie Steel business? It reduced the costs along the supply chain, from mining to transportation to manufacturing. It gave the company a monopoly on the industry because it eventually owned its competitors. It assigned one worker to a job, which helped reduce wasted time and speed manufacturing. It provided quick and easy access to transportation methods, such as canals, rivers, and railways. The resurgence of the Ku Klux Klan in the 1920s was the result of which of the following? the economic boom following World War I the Teapot Dome scandal the rise of nativism after World War I the end of the Red Scare As the United States entered World War I what was significant about the fact that the two largest immigrant groups in the United States were German Americans and Irish Americans? Members of both groups had negative feelings toward the Allies and favored American neutrality. Members of both groups registered for the military in record numbers, despite their ties to their homelands. Members of both groups were prohibited from serving in the military because of their questionable loyalties. Members of both groups were asked to join the American Protective League to spy on their friends and neighbors. What was the purpose of the Bureau of Indian Affairs? to manage reservations to provide trails for trappers to negotiate with homesteaders to assimilate native peoples Under which of the following circumstances could a nation go to war under the Kellogg-Briand Pact? to defend its nation against threats from an aggressor nation to forcibly acquire territory from another nation to punish another nation for not paying its debts owed to establish its nation as a world power on the global stage How did the War Industries Board respond to the economic challenges of the wartime economy? by combining government and business resources to increase tax revenues by combining government and business resources to increase food production by combining government and business resources to increase manufacturing by combining government and business resources to increase the size of the work force
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