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3 June, 14:37

The federal government responded to the railroad strikes of 1877 and the Pullman strike of 1894 by A. requiring negotiations to resolve disputes B. maintaining a neutral position between labor and management C. using military force against the workers D. providing economic aid to striking workers

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  1. 3 June, 16:06
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    C. using military force against the workers

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    C. using military force against the workers. The federal government's response was an injunction (military force) to both strikes. Later on, Pres. Grover Cleveland and Congress created Labor Day, as a conciliatory gesture toward the workers
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