What was the main goal of the National Child Labor Committee?
A. To establish separate areas for children to work
B. To limit the amount of child labor
C. To raise wages for working children
D. To reduce discrimination against children in the workplace
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They believed that children should not be in the workplace at all.
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During the Gilded Age, America experienced a new flood of immigration. An immigration process was set up to deal with the influx of new arrivals to America. Study this outline of immigration into the United States during the Gilded Age.
Which of the following would best fit in place of the letter B?
A. Bussed to factories to work
B. Exchange money to buy railroad tickets
C. Money and personal items taken away
D. Temporary visas issued
Outline of immigration?
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Immigration During Gilded Age
arrive at immigration stations
check for criminal records
no money to travel; many stayed in big cities
jobs plentiful in big cities
difficulty assimilating into American culture
bad working conditions; low pay
Racism and discrimination
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