abbycross167
  • abbycross167
2) Why did immigrants support political machines? A) to have more educational opportunities B) to reform city governments C) to get better public housing D) to gain employment My Answer~ D
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jgirl128
  • jgirl128
I believe you are correct! :D "The workings of the machine was based upon the idea of jobs for votes. Simply, government and public services employment were for those who would exchange their political rights of choosing those who would "boss" them and "run" the government for jobs and guarantees of being employed as long as the "machine" stayed in political control." "The idea of public schools to educate immigrant children, for example, was seen as a "charity" arrangement. Employment through the cooptive and undemocratic machine was the only option available." http://www.albany.edu/~dkw42/s1_immigrants.html
abbycross167
  • abbycross167
Thank you very much!!
jgirl128
  • jgirl128
no problem :)

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