Which statements accurately describe the extremes of poverty, wealth, and opportunity in the United States in the late 1800s?
Choose all answers that are correct.
Most city dwellers were very rich and farmers were very poor.
Women and people of color demanded to be treated as full citizens—and hardly anyone paid attention.
Some Americans joined unions and got involved in politics, while others joined churches or other social groups.
Most immigrants shared in the prosperity of the times and became middle-class consumers.