What were the goals of (a) the Knights of Labor? (b) the AFL?
Answer (a) - ??????
Answer (b) - Unlike the Knights of Labor, the AFL supported the use of strikes to achieve its goals. The AFL collected money from its member unions. Some of it went into a strike fund. When AFL members went on strike, they were paid from the fund so that they could still feed their families.
Am I correct for answer (b) and in my textbook it doesn't say any goals of the knights of labor. In my textbook it says "Despite the failure of the Knights of Labor, the labor movement continued to grow"
What was one effect of the Haymarket Riot? A) The influence of the American Federation of labor diminished B) The practice of collective-bargaining became more common C) Membership in the knights of labor grew rapidly *** D)
Why did the National Labor Union collapse? Please don't give me links - I've looked everywhere, including Wikipedia. I just don't understand what actually caused it to collapse so I'm looking for an answer. I'm trying to connect
This exercise relate to the inhabitants of the island of knights and knaves created by Smullyan, where knights always tell the truth and knaves always lie. You encounter two people, A and B. Determine, if possible, what A and B
1.During the soccer season, Michelle attempted 130 goals and made about 70% of them. a. How many goals did Michelle make? b. The team made a total of 456 goals. What percent of the teams made goals did Michelle make? 1. 13 goals;