How did men like John D Rockefeller, George Pullman, and Andrew Carnegie feel about immigrants and unions?
In general, “robber barons” like these three men accepted immigrants and disliked unions. They accepted immigrants in part because of their dislike for unions.
The owners of big corporations in those days did not like labor unions. They felt that the unions were...
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