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Amend This Cant Stop Progress Terminator Who am I Potpourri 100
A1 100 This means to add or change, the constitution for example
200 A2 This number amendment made alcohol completely illegal.
300 A3 This number amendment allowed womens suffrage
400 A4 This number amendment allowed government to progressively tax ones yearly income.
500 This number amendment placed the responsibility of electing senators directly on the citizens. A5
A movement based on a collections of ideas on how to fix societies problems B1 100
200 You couldnt stop these people from reporting on the evils of society in magazines and newspapers. B2
300 This was name given TRs reform platform when running for a second term. B3
400 This created by W. Wilson to prevent American businesses from practicing unfair trade practices by investigating businesses. B4
500 This was created by W. Wilson to allow banks to control interest rates based on the shape of our economy. B5
100 The right to vote is called this C1
200 The term that allows voters to demand a special election to remove an elected official before their term is up. C2
300 When proposed legislation is submitted to voter approval in an election, it is called this. C3
400 When groups of citizens can introduce legislation and require legislation to vote on it, it is called this. C4
500 When voters of each party (republican or democrat) elect a candidate to run for general election to represent their party it is called this C5
100 This muckrakers journalism led to the Meat Inspection Act. D1
200 This female journalist put Standard Oil in bad light D2
300 This photojournalist showed people the poverty, disease and crime of the NYC slums. D3
400 I founded the NAACP! D4
500 I pioneered womens suffrage thru the NAWSA D5
100 The complete elimination of the making, consumption, sale and distribution of alcohol is called this. E1
200 A am the president whom TR and the progressives lost faith in because of the Payne Aldrich Tariff and Richard Ballinger E2
300 The other name of Teddy Roosevelts Progressive Party. E3
400 Eugene Debs ran for president in through this party which believed in total government control of economy E4
500 The running of a city through departments and controlled by one highly qualified person is called this. E5
Final Jeopardy in the area of progressive legislation Question
Final Jeopardy question is? Roosevelts legislation to use federal funds from the sale of public lands to pay for irrigation and land development in western states was called this.
Created by Todd Jenkins Who am I Terms Potpourri Cause and effect Places 100 Main Screen.
Created by Todd Jenkins ThingsTerms Spec. People R&R Pot- pourri 100 Strictly Business
Business Corruption Government Corruption Progressive Goals Progressive Action Vocabulary Misc. Final Question.
Created by Todd Jenkins TermsPlaces PeoplePotpourri 100.
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Chapter 18 The Progressive Movement Section 1 The Roots of Progressivism.
Splash Screen. Chapter Menu Chapter Introduction Section 1:Section 1:The Roots of Progressivism Section 2:Section 2:Roosevelt and Taft Section 3:Section.
The Progressive Movement The Progressive Era refers to the period in American history from During this period a series of reform efforts.
UNIT XI JEOPARDY Mr. H. Mayo US History Mount Airy High School.
The struggle for the right of women to vote was only one of a series of reform efforts that transformed American society in the early 1900s. Progressivism.
U.S. History Chapter 17 Notes The Progressive Era Amid great political and social change, women gain a larger public role and lead the call for reform.
Urban Politics, Populism, and Progressivism. Gilded Age Term first seen in Twain & Warners novel The Gilded Age Term first seen in Twain & Warners.
AMERICAN HISTORY “ I won because I learned!”. AMERICAN HISTORY Constitution Jeopardy! Constitution Jeopardy!
$200 $300 $400 Final Jeopardy $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 Iroquois Confederacy.
Inside the binary adder. Electro-mechanical relay A solid state relay is a switch that is controlled by a current. When current flows from A to B, the.
The Progressive Presidents. Problems facing Progressive Presidents Immigration: –TR's era Influx of immigrants from southern and eastern Europe. Gentleman's.
MediaPolitical Parties Voting Behavior Interest Groups Random :) JEOPARDY!
The Progressive Era: MuckrackersMuckrackers TemperanceTemperance SuffragettesSuffragettes PopulistsPopulists MidclassWomenMidclassWomen LaborUnionsLaborUnions.
1 Progressive Era Expose the ills of society brought on by the Industrial Revolution and Big Government –urbanization –social disorder (labor)
CH Gilded Era Issues & Progressive Era Reforms.
CHAPTER 9 THE PROGRESSIVE ERA AMERICA SEEKS REFORMS IN THE EARLY 20 TH CENTURY.
Chapter 9. Chapter 9 Goals and Objectives: Upon completion, students should be able to: 1. Identify and explain the main goals of progressivism. 2.
U. S. Studies II Chapter 19 Review Game ElectionsSocial UnrestMiddle ClassMass MediaPersonalitiesMISC
VUS8 TEST #5 Lecture Notes Progressivism. Working Conditions Working conditions in the American industries were many times awful and very dangerous Many.
What were the social, economic, and political conditions that provoked the progressive movement? What were the goals of the progressive movement?
U. S. Studies II Chapter 11 Review Game Causes of World War I Fighting at the Front America Enters American Home Front Peace ProcessMISC
House SenateBasics 1Basics 2Grab Bag.
The Canadian Parliament Our system of government is part of the reason why Canada is known around the world as a good place to live. Canada's parliamentary.
World Studies II Chapter 9 Review Game Industrialization Way of LifeAmerica & Europe Economic Philosophers UnionsMISC
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