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What is one reason that workers joined together to form unions in the late 1800s? They believed it was unfair that factory owners were rich while workers barely had enough money to survive. They believed there were not enough jobs available for unskilled workers. They believed that allowing women to work in factories would drive down wages. They believed that unions provided the only way to end strikes and lockouts.

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Herring487

The correct answer would be the first one. They believed it was unfair that factory owners were rich while workers barely had enough money to survive. They formed unions to negotiate better wages and benefits for the workers. 

Dejes898

They believed it was unfair that factory owners were rich while workers barely had enough money to survive

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