History

Which of the following can be inferred about the federal intervention that ended the 1894 Pullman strike?
The government did not consider the interruption of mail important.
The government considered official, not personal, mail important.
The government considered mail delivery to be of vital importance.
The government did not consider mail delivery by railroad to be important.


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nutella

3 years ago Comment

The government considered mail delivery to be of vital importance and this can be inferred about the federal intervention that ended the 1894 Pullman strike. The correct option among all the options that are given in the question is the third option. It was strike in which the parties were the American railway and the Pullman company.