Table of Contents
- 1 What was done in response Lack of safe and efficient transportation?
- 2 What was Hayes’s position on civil service reform what did he do to reform it?
- 3 What are two things a settlement house provided for the poor?
- 4 What are the problems of urbanization?
- 5 What were two effects of the Pendleton Act?
- 6 What is a nativist and what they believe?
- 7 Why is safety and security important in public transportation?
- 8 Why are public transportation systems an overlooked issue?
What was done in response Lack of safe and efficient transportation?
Lack of safe and efficient transportation: Innovations in mass transit were made to enable workers to get to jobs easier. Street cars were introduced in San Francisco in 1873 and electric subways to Boston in 1897.
What was done in response to overcrowding cities?
Cities developed mass transit— transportation systems designed to move large number of people along fixed routes. By 1900, many cities had built sewers and created sanitation departments. Crime and fire were also ongoing problems. Overcrowded and poorly built tenements and lack of water made fire especially dangerous.
What was Hayes’s position on civil service reform what did he do to reform it?
Hayes is elected the 19th President of the United States. What was Hayes position on Civil Service Reform? He set up a commission to investigate corruption in the custom houses.
What was an important difference between native born Americans and some or all of new immigrants?
What is the difference between New and Old immigrants? Old immigrants came to the U.S. and were generally wealthy, educated, skilled, and were from southern and eastern Europe. New immigrants were generally poor, unskilled, and came from Northern and Western Europe.
What are two things a settlement house provided for the poor?
1. Workers provided help and friendship to immigrants and the poor. 2. The settlement houses also offered schooling, nursing, and other kinds of help to those in need.
How did immigrants support one another?
How did immigrants support one another? By sharing and being caring to one another.
What are the problems of urbanization?
The problems associated with urbanization are: High population density, inadequate infrastructure, lack of affordable housing, flooding, pollution, slum creation, crime, congestion and poverty. This problem of high population density is caused due to the heavy rate of migration from rural areas.
What were the housing problems that many poor city dwellers faced?
What were the housing problems that many poor city dwellers faced? They were forced to live in tenements that were overcrowded and were slums. What other difficulties did immigrants and poor residents encounter? Not being wanted, and not being able to pay taxes.
What were two effects of the Pendleton Act?
The Pendleton Act provided that Federal Government jobs be awarded on the basis of merit and that Government employees be selected through competitive exams. The act also made it unlawful to fire or demote for political reasons employees who were covered by the law.
What were stalwarts strong supporters of?
|Stalwarts were strong supporters of which of the following?||the spoils system|
|Which of the following issues prompted the assassination of President Garfield?||civil service reform|
|Overt favoritism to “native” born Americans||Nativism|
What is a nativist and what they believe?
Nativism is the political policy of promoting the interests of native inhabitants against those of immigrants, including the support of immigration-restriction measures.
Why did immigrants come to the United States and what impact did they have upon society?
Why did immigrants come to the United States, and what impact did they have upon society? Immigrants came to the U.S. for religious and political freedom, for economic opportunities, and to escape wars. 2. Immigrants adopted parts of American culture, and Americans adopted parts of immigrants cultures.
Why is safety and security important in public transportation?
2. SAFETY AND SECURITY IN PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION Public transportation provides a mobility service to the user, as well as producing a wide impact on the system. Consequently, it should be operated in such a way as to achieve an efficient and effective transportation system.
Why is public transportation important in the fight against poverty?
Public transportation is a necessity that we often take for granted. In the same way that systemic issues are often overlooked in the fight against poverty, we have forgotten to look at the implications of poor and failing transportation systems.
Why are public transportation systems an overlooked issue?
Unfortunately, the policy world has paid little attention to just how big of an issue failing public transportation systems are. Education and jobs are often cited as the key to overcoming income inequality, while the means to achieving either of these goods remains overlooked.
Why are transportation problems worse in developing countries?
The problem becomes worse in developing countries, because of the lack of suitable and integrated approaches. The aim of this research is to explore the perception of safety and security problems on the part of those parties involved in the operation of public transportation.