The Rise of Big Business & the Labor Movement (5)

Choose the correct word for each question.
Founder and first president of the American Federation of Labor, he became a leading spokesman for the labor movement.
A business that agrees to hire only workers who belong to a single labor union.
This Supreme Court decision declared that a state could regulate private property affected by the public interest.
Unscrupulous business leaders.
A combination of companies or industries established to reduce competition and increase profits.
This labor confrontation took place between striking workers and police in Chicago where labor took on a radical Marxist-anarchist image in the press and public opinion turned against the union movement.
This socialist party labor leader was imprisoned for denouncing capitalism and World War I.
This law placed telephone and telegraph companies under I. C. C. supervision.
This Supreme Court decision ruled that the Sherman Anti-Trust Act did not apply to manufacturing.
The attempt of two or more business firms to limit competition by charging the same price and sharing the same market.
This 1887 federal law outlawed unfair business practices and established the first regulatory commission.
This financier dominated American railroading at the turn of the century.
This endorsed the use of a court injunction in a labor strike.
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