Urban political machines were most often criticized for:
Question 10a of 12 - Changes in Culture and Politics
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- Question: Urban political machines were most often criticized for:
- corruption or graft.
- failing to respond to the needs of immigrant communities.
- their ties to political radicals.
- their appeals to nativism.
The correct answer is: corruption or graft. Most big-city political organizations ran on kickbacks and corruption, which prompted vocal criticism from opponents.
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