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5. What were the two disadvantages of moving factories into lofts?

6. How did the Triangle Kings attempt to prevent workers from striking?

7. What ultimately led to the Triangle workers strike?
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Discussion of chapter 3 in Seminar class.

Guided reading questions for chapter three:
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Discussion of chapter 3 in Seminar class.

Guided reading questions for chapter three:

1. What was the purpose of Clara Lemlich's speech?

2. Approximately how many workers walked out across New York City? Was this more or less than expected?

3. How were the strikes used to incite "race warfare? (pp.60)"

4. What was Blanck and Harris' reaction to the strike?

5. Who was Alva Smith Vanderbilt Belmont?

6. Why was the uprising an "unprecedented coalition?"
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Discussion of The Triangle, chapter two and three.

The Readings:
[[Attach:vonD2.pdf|Von Drehle's Chapter Two ]]


[[Attach:vonD3.pdf|Von Drehle's Chapter Three]]

Guided reading questions:

Chapter 2 Questions

1. Who were the Shirtwaist Kings? Why were they given this nickname?

2. What does it mean to a worker?

3. What did the change in fashion signal to the greater population?

4. What were the advantages of moving factories into lofts?

5. What were the two disadvantages of moving factories into lofts?

6. How did the Triangle Kings attempt to prevent workers from striking?

7. What ultimately led to the Triangle workers strike?