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JadaStarling
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Which is a reason for the rapid growth of labor unions in the late 1800s? the low wages paid to factory workers a lack of jobs for unskilled workers in the nation’s cities a lack of workers to fill all the factory jobs the failure of negotiations between unions and employers

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grace22

The main reason for rapid growth of labor unions in the late 1800s was the Industrial Revolution, which brought an unprecedented amount of workers into dangerous factory conditions. 

5sos

A. the low wages paid to factory workers... Because I believe they felt like they were getting jipped.

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