History of Industrial Unions

I have a problem in economics on History of Industrial Unions. Please help me in the following question. Industrial unions historically tried to systematize all the workers in: (i) A Specific Company or broad industry. (ii) The United States. (iii) A specific craft or skill. (iv) A particular occupation.

Select the most appropriate option.

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