The condition of labor in the late 19th century.

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A) discuss three hardships experienced by industrial workers in the late 19th century.

B) outline the nature of immigration to the industrial cities during this period. what groups came and when? what tensions existed?

C) explain three reasons why labor organizations failed to make significant gains during this period.


The answers don't have to be super long but significant, and I attached a link of some notes from chapter 17. If is possible for you to base your answers more from the book would be great, but that's not a big issue. (if not I can edit myself) The Unfinished Nation, volume II, seventh edition. thank you!

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The industrial revolution
Question A
During the late 19th century, the United States underwent a significant increase in
industrial growth. However, the life of an industrial worker at that time was far from easy,
and the workers faced various challenges as they discharged their duties. To start with, there
were no labor unions, nor laws and the rights of the workers were at the mer...


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