system of connected railroad lines
person who invents money in a business to make a profit
to combine into a larger system or company
money given by the government to support activity that will benefit the public
discounts given by RR companies to large customers
dividing up business in an area and fixing prices
controlling industry from raw materials to the finished product
business owned by investors who buy shares of stock
a new way to do something
a grant by the government giving an inventor the sole right to make, use or sell his/her invention for a certain period of time
one who gives his/her wealth to benefit humankind
shares in a corporation
19th century government policy of hands off - not regulating business
money raised for a business venture
groups of corporations run by a single board of directors
identical parts of a tool or instrument that are made by machine
production method where workers add parts to a product that move along on a belt
when you make large quantities of a product quickly and cheaply
the economic system where businesses are owned by private citizens
the portion of the population considered as buyers
company that completely controls the market of a given industry
equally dependent on each other
a person who wants much change in a short time
a person opposed to organized government
place where people labor for long hours, low pay and bad condidtions
organization of workers to do their jobs until their demands are met
a worker hired to replace a striking worker
organization of workers joined together for better conditions
an agreement that sets out working conditions (hours, wages, benefits)
court order to do nor not to do something
refusal by union workers to do their jobs until their demands are met
a worker hired to replace a striking worker
process where a union negotiates with management for a contract for its members
a businessman who uses unethical tactics to create a monopoly, raise prices and exploit workers
Successful powerful businessmen who amassed great wealth, created many jobs and gave back to the community (colleges, libraries)

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