C) promised business contracts, government jobs, and money for the poor immigrants in exchange for votes
D) uniformly supported labor rights and the rights of newly immigrated workers over management's concerns.
4. In 1882, Congress passed an “exclusion act” which prevented the immigration of workers form what country for 10 years?
5. Immigration to the United States during the 19th Century, due to construction of the transcontinental railroad, PRIMARILY involved workers from
6. Who was the leader of the infamous Tammany Hall political machine in New York City who was accused and convicted of stealing millions of dollars from the New York state treasury?