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Which of the following best describes the scope of social reform movements during the Gilded Age? Reform movements aimed to organize labor unions and worked for child labor laws, safety in the workplace, and women’s suffrage. Reform movements worked only for women’s suffrage and equal pay for equal work. Reform movements worked only for child labor laws, safety in the workplace, and women’s suffrage. Reform movements worked only to reform labor unions and for child labor laws.

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Karen Wright on December 19, 2018

During this period of social reform movements during the Age of gold, people have started movements of reform such as improved working conditions, the right to vote for women. "The reform movements aimed to organise in trade unions and worked for the child labor laws, safety in the workplace, and women's suffrage."


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