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8 June, 09:25

Following the Pullman strike, efforts by employers to obtain anti-union court orders were generally

A. Unsuccessful because the courts did not have the power to issue them.

B. Unsuccessful because of widespread sympathy for union activities.

C. Successful because anti-union court orders were seldom used.

D. Successful because there were no legal protections for unions.

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  1. 8 June, 10:07
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    Following the Pullman strike, efforts by employers to obtain anti-union court orders were generally successful because there were no legal protections for unions. The correct option among all the options that are given in the question is the last option or option "D". This was the reason the strike could be suppressed and the leaders punished.
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