How did Workers and Government respond to the rise of Big Business?

How did Workers and Government respond to the rise of Big Business?
How did Workers and Government respond to the rise of Big Business?
How did Workers and Government respond to the rise of Big Business?
How did Workers and Government respond to the rise of Big Business?
How did Workers and Government respond to the rise of Big Business?
How did Workers and Government respond to the rise of Big Business?
How did Workers and Government respond to the rise of Big Business?
How did Workers and Government respond to the rise of Big Business?
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This Gilded Age lesson can be used to support the teaching of primary source skills and cartoon analysis. It asks students to think about why labor unions formed and how government tried (or sometimes didn't try) to control big business during the late 19th and early 20th century. The four page packet could be used as an in-class activity with guided support from the teacher or assigned as homework. The assignment includes a chart to complete, cartoons to be annotated and summarized, and some evaluative questions at the end.
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90 minutes
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