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UNIT XI JEOPARDY Mr. H. Mayo US History Mount Airy High School
People Civil Rights Progressive Movement Women ’ s Movement Roosevelt Odds- n-Ends Hodge- podge FINAL JEOPARDY
Who was the author of the Jungle? 100
Upton Sinclair People
Who did Theodore Roosevelt select to continue his progressive reforms as President? 200
William Howard Taft People
Who was the leading advocate for improving the lives of women and Children by moving into settlement houses? 300
Florence Kelly People
What Wisconsin governor started progressive reforms in his state? 400
Robert LaFollette People
Who persuaded President Roosevelt to set aside millions of acres of forest reserves? 500
Gifford Pinchot People
What social reform was ignored by the progressives of the early 20th century? 100
What Supreme Court case upheld the Jim Crow laws? 200
PLESSY V. FERGUSON Civil Rights
What early civil rights leader believed that blacks should use the courts to fight for equality? 300
W.E.B. DUBOIS Civil Rights
What early civil rights leader felt blacks needed skills and education for economic independence? 400
BOOKER T. WASHINGTON Civil Rights
How did southern states prevent the 15th amendment from being followed? (name three of them) 500
GRANDFATHER CLAUSE, POLL TAX, LITERACY TEST Civil Rights
What was the name of Woodrow Wilson ’ s progressive programs? 100
New Freedom Progressive Movement
What nickname was given to Roosevelt ’ s Progressive Party in 1912? 200
Bull Moose Party Progressive Movement
Why were Republicans upset with Theodore Roosevelt? 300
He was a Progressive Progressive Movement
What political reform allowed voters to nominate candidates for office? 400
DIRECT PRIMARY BONUS
Bonus: Name at least three social and economic issues that were targeted by Progressives.
CHILD LABOR, WOMEN ’ S SUFFRAGE, URBAN CONDITIONS, MONOPOLIES Progressive Movement
Name 3 examples of political reforms made by the progressive movement. 500
REFERENDUM, RECALL, SECRET BALLOT, DIRECT ELECTION OF SENATORS Progressive Movement
What campaign did Susan B. Anthony lead? 100
Women ’ s Suffrage Women's Movement
Who would have rejoiced at the passing of the 19th amendment? 200
Carrie Chapman Catt, Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucretia Mott Women's Movement
What state first granted women suffrage in 1869? 300
Wyoming Women's Movement
What political reform was finally accomplished with the ratification of the 19th amendment? 400
Women ’ s suffrage Women's Movement
What case allowed states to regulate working hours for women? 500
MULLER V. OREGON BONUS Women's Movement
Bonus: Who was the author of the book “ A Red Record ”, which recorded race lynching in America ?
Ida B. Wells- Barnett Women's Movement
What name was given to Roosevelt because of the monopolies that he split up? 100
Trust Buster Roosevelt
What name was given to Roosevelt ’ s plan for reform? 200
Square Deal Roosevelt
What labor dispute was ended when Roosevelt threatened to take federal control of a business? 300
COAL STRIKE Roosevelt
Why would present-day environmentalists applaud the work of Teddy Roosevelt? 400
HE STARTED THE CONSERVATION MOVEMENT Roosevelt
What action of T. Roosevelt did Richard Ballinger reverse? 500
PROTECTED FORESTS WERE MADE AVAILABLE TO PRIVATE COMPANIES BONUS Roosevelt
Bonus: Why did T. Roosevelt decide to run for President in 1912 after not running for re- election in 1908?
PRESIDENT TAFT HAD BEEN TOO CONSERVATIVE Roosevelt
What name was given to journalists who exposed corruption in government, business and society? 100
What was the first law to break up monopolies? 200
Sherman Anti- Trust Act Odds-n-Ends
What was the result of the Jim Crow laws? 300
What institution was started by Booker T. Washington to teach vocational skills to blacks 400
TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE Odds-n-Ends
What law was passed to strengthen the Sherman Antitrust Act? 500
CLAYTON ANTITRUST ACT Odds-n-Ends
What was the goal of the temperance movement of the late 1800 ’ s? 100
What national banking system did Woodrow Wilson create? 200
FEDERAL RESERVE Hodgepodge
How did the federal government make up for lost revenue from the Underwood Tariff? 300
16TH AMENDMENT CREATED A GRADUATED INCOME TAX Hodgepodge
What allowed voters to remove public officials from elected positions by forcing them to face an election before the end of their term if enough voters requested it? 400
Why did the progressive Democrat Woodrow Wilson win the election in 1912? 500
REPUBLICAN PARTY WAS SPLIT Hodgepodge BONUS
Bonus: What court case dealt with the attempt to monopolize the business of tobacco in interstate commerce?
American Tobacco vs. US in 1911 Hodgepodge
FINAL JEOPARDY: Federal Organizations answer
FINAL JEOPARDY: What organization was given the power to stop unfair business practices? answer
Federal Trade Commission The End
THE PROGRESSIVE ERA A REVIEW. 4 AREAS OF REFORM FOSTER EFFICIENCY PROTECT SOCIAL WELFARE PROMOTE MORAL DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC REFORM.
Unit 2 Review ■ Groups will be presented a prompt and will list as many correct answers as possible within 1 minute – Groups earn 1 point per correct.
THE PROGRESSIVE MOVEMENT SOL 8c & d. THE PROGRESSIVE MOVEMENT, INCLUDING THE EXCESSES OF THE GILDED AGE, CHILD LABOR AND ANTITRUST LAWS, THE RISE OF LABOR.
What was the ”square deal?” Teddy Roosevelt’s efforts to protect rights of workers & common people.
DOUBLE JEOPARDY! THE PROGRESSIVE ERA Wilson TR and Taft Progressive People and Places Legislation Progressive Potpourri DOUBLE JEOPARDY!
The United States entered the Progressive Era from 1880 to 1920 when a variety of reformers tried to clean up problems created during the Gilded Age Industrialization.
Chapter 19: Political Reform and the Progressive Era Test Review.
Chapter 8 The Progressive Era. Page 241 #3 a. Progressives attempted to solve poverty, the spread of slums, poor working conditions in factories and the.
The Progressive Movement Chapters
■Essential Question ■Essential Question: –How did problems in the Gilded Age contribute to “progressive” reforms in the early 20 th century? ■Warm-Up Question:
Progressive Era Roots of Progressivism Populists Social Gospel Settlement Houses Hull House in Chicago.
Women’s Rights Owning Property Divorce Clothing Access to Birth Control (Margaret Sanger) Suffrage - voting Our focus of study! On Your Matrix #1.
Unit 5 Reforms of the Progressive Movement. What was the Progressive Movement? A period of time in the late 1800s where many Americans called for reform.
Reform at the Local, State, and National Level Goal 7.
Jeopardy ProgressiveSuffragePresidentsQuotes Random Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Ch. 10-2: Social and Economic Reform Jacob Riis- wrote “How the Other Half Lives” Looked at how poor immigrants lived their lives Settlement House-
Social Reform #7 Early Civil Rights Movement African Americans were still fighting for basic rights guaranteed to them in the Constitution.
The Progressive Movement Why the Progressive Movement? Progressives wanted to: Protect social welfare Promote moral improvement Create economic.
United States History Chapter 19: Progressive Politicians.
Progressive Era Progressives: Reformers who attempted to rectify the problems caused by the Industrial Revolution & Big Government Muckrakers:
Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
Progressive Movement Goals of the Progressives Social Welfare Moral Improvements Economic Reform Fostering Efficiency.
Progressivism Under Taft Taft's tactics led to a split in the republican party and a loss to the Democrats in the election.
What were the goals of the Progressives and what were their accomplishments?
Unit 5 The Progressive Era The Progressive Era Progressive Era: Time period from marked by reform to solve problems largely caused.
Good Morning!!! 1.NVC 2.The Progressive Presidents 3.Women’s Suffrage Essential Question #1: Who were the Progressives Presidents and what did they accomplish?
Progressive Era Essential Question: How did Progressive reformers make America a better place to live?
Review for Test on Progressives HW: Study – Essay on Friday Multiple Choice on Monday.
Progressive Era Reform Movements Populists Farmers Rural Problems Progressives Middle Class Urban Problems Progressives Increase.
Theodore Roosevelt William H. Taft Woodrow Wilson
Aim: Review for Test on Progressives Bring a #2 pencil and a pen. Essay Topic: TWO Progressives and their impact.
Accomplishments of the Progressives. To Improve Democracy and break the power of the political machines Secret Ballot Initiative, Referendum, Recall New.
Chapter 8 The Progressive Era. progressivism an early 20th century reform movement seeking to return control of the government to the people, to restore.
Government should be accountable to citizens. How do we do this today? Government should curb the power of the wealthy. Does this happen today? Government.
The Progressive Era Progressivism Progressivism- aimed to return control of the government to the people, restore economic opportunities, and.
THE PROGRESSIVE ERA. A political movement in the early 1900’s which saw social reforms such as child labor laws, a minimum wage, Women’s Rights, and.
Sec. 3 “Progressivism under Taft and Wilson”. conservationist New Nationalism Bull Moose Party Clayton Antitrust Act Federal Trade Commission.
Chapter 21, Section 4The Progressive PresidentsThe Progressive Presidents.
What were the social, economic, and political conditions that provoked the progressive movement? What were the goals of the progressive movement?
Chapter 9 & 10 Test Prep. African Americans struggle BTW’s Urban League focused on helping poor African American workers moving to cities DuBois’ NAACP.
The Progressive Movement AP Chapters 28 & 29. MuckrackersMuckrackers GooGoosGooGoos TemperanceTemperance SuffragettesSuffragettes PopulistsPopulists MidclassWomenMidclassWomen.
Progressive Era Connor Gailliot, Christine Logan, & Agyakwa Tenkorang.
Vocab Corruption Reformers Presidents Amendments /Vocab.
The Progressive Era United States History.
CHAPTER 15 THE PROGRESSIVE MOVEMENT ( ) Don’t worry about section 2 of this chapter.
The Progressive Presidents. Between 1901 and 1919, three Presidents began a series of Progressive reforms. Teddy Roosevelt William Howard Taft Woodrow.
Exploring American History Unit VII – Beginning of Modern America Chapter 21 - The Progressive Spirit of Reform Section 4- The Progressive Presidents.
Jeopardy Progressivism TaftRooseveltWilson Women Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
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