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By the time railroad reform laws were passed in California,
A)most voters believed it was too late to matter.
B)the Southern Pacific had become weakened and ineffective.
C)there were virtually no opponents of the reform movement.
D)all of these.
Which of the following is NOT true of California women's suffrage?
A)The state movement was launched in 1869.
B)The Women's Christian Temperance Union favored it.
C)In 1911, 20 percent of California voters approved it.
D)The passage of women's suffrage in 1911 was linked to the popularity of temperance reform.
Which of the following reforms was NOT supported by progressives?
A)minimum wage for women and children.
B)improvements in living and working conditions for farm laborers.
C)strengthening of labor unions to protect workers.
D)protection of rights for Japanese and Chinese immigrants.
Which of the following women led the state's woman suffrage campaign?
A)Ellen Clark Sargent
B)Katherine Philips Edson
C)Elizabeth Thacker Kent
D)Caroline M. Severance
The Japanese "picture bride" arrangement helped
A)counter immigration restrictions among the Japanese in California.
B)increase the pool of available farm laborers.
C)feed anti-Asian views among white Californians.
D)all of these.
Progressivism declined in the 1910s because of which of the following?
A)the strong individualism of many party members.
B)disunity over reform goals.
C)Hiram Johnson's undermining other Progressive party candidates.
D)all of these.
When the Los Angeles. Times negatively linked Hiram Johnson's father with the Southern Pacific, Hiram reacted by
A)suing the newspaper for character defamation.
B)publicly slandering Harrison Gray Otis for the remarks.
C)calling for Otis's resignation.
D)all of these.

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