The Rise of Big Business & the Labor Movement (6)

Choose the correct word for each question.
Passed in 1890, this legislation declared combinations in restraint of trade to be illegal.
In his book, The Theory of the Leisure Class, he said that business elites displayed conspicuous consumption.
This multimillionaire was the largest steel producer in the country. In an article he wrote, he supported the idea of the Gospel of Wealth.
A company that forces a worker to sign an employment agreement which states that the worker cannot join a union before he can be employed.
This private detective agency was often used by business to intimidate workers and stop strikes.
He was the most prominent multimillionaire in the East who controlled most of the eastern railroads, including the New York Central.
A court order obtained by a company to ban unions and stop strikes.
Probably the most versatile and prolific inventor in American history, he received thousands of patents for his inventions.
These radical Pennsylvania anthracite coal miners damaged American labor's image by using violence, intimidation, and murder to address their grievances against the mine owners.
This legislation empowered the I. C. C. to fix reasonable maximum railroad rates.
The control of an industry or service by a few powerful companies.
He attacked the power of the big corporation in his book, The Octopus.
This legislation outlawed interlocking directorates and unfair pricing policies.
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