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2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Reform Hodgepodge People Amendments Vocabulary
The ability to vote is known as _________?
This organization was created by the Pure Food and Drug Act.
This act allowed the Dept. of Ag. to set standards for slaughterhouses.
Meat Inspection Act
Journalist who exposed corruption were called _______
The response to a natural disaster would fall under which type of reform?
Which group of people did the Progressive movement focus on helping?
What famous fire brought attention to unsafe working conditions?
What organization had a great impact on child labor?
National Child Labor Committee
Identify a responsibility of the Pure Food and Drug Act?
Testing, Prescriptions, Warning Labels
How did progressives attempt to end corruption in government?
(Answers Vary) More power to people. 17 th
Who wrote “How the other Half Lives”?
What issue did Upton Sinclair address?
What reform cause is Susan B. Anthony associated with?
Who supported a policy of “patient acceptance” by whites?
Booker T. Washington
What civil rights organization did W.E.B. DuBois help start?
What did the 16 th Amendment establish?
Which Amendment established Prohibition?
Which Amendment called for the direct election of Senators?
Which Amendment was a response to moral reform.
18 th (prohibition)
Which Amendment helped strengthen the Federal Government?
16 th (income tax)
Rewarding political support with lucrative government jobs was called_______.
Court case that legalized “separate but equal”
Plessy v. Ferguson
What was the movement that lead to Prohibition know as?
What is the process that allows citizens to approve or reject a law without legislature?
Which act banned patronage?
Pendleton (Civil Service) Act
UNIT XI JEOPARDY Mr. H. Mayo US History Mount Airy High School.
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Do Now What are some laws that you would like to reform?
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What were the social, economic, and political conditions that provoked the progressive movement? What were the goals of the progressive movement?
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.
Business Corruption Government Corruption Progressive Goals Progressive Action Vocabulary Misc. Final Question.
Chapter 18 The Progressive Movement Section 1 The Roots of Progressivism.
Industrialism, Urbanization, Immigration, Progressivism Standard 5 (d)
1 Life Before the Industrial Revolution. 2 Textile Manufacturing Before the Industrial Revolution.
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This political cartoon shows President Theodore Roosevelt as a hunter whos captured two bears: the good trusts bear hes put on a leash labeled restraint,
AHSGE Review Social Studies Standard V: The student will understand the concepts and developments of the late 19th to the early 20 th centuries.
By: Susan M. Pojer and Lynne Pierce By: Susan M. Pojer and Lynne Pierce.
Progressivism: A reaction to the Industrial Age. Definition Reform efforts aimed to: return control of govt to the people restore economic opportunity,
Food industry Problem: No inspections of factories or quality of product Businesses “fatten” bottom line by decreasing quality Example- meat industry.
What is a progressive? Progressive Era not confined to a definitive set of years Progressives consisted of several groups with different objectives Reformers.
Chapter 9. Chapter 9 Goals and Objectives: Upon completion, students should be able to: 1. Identify and explain the main goals of progressivism. 2.
THE ORIGINS OF PROGRESSIVISM CHAPTER 28. Warm Up Please read the excerpt from Upton Sinclair’s ‘The Jungle’ After reading the article, what are three.
Mrs. Cavell. Native American Discrimination Examples: 1. Forced to move to reservations 2. Us government did not hold up their end of most treaties (did.
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CH Gilded Era Issues & Progressive Era Reforms.
AP US History Spring MuckrackersMuckrackers GooGoosGooGoos TemperanceTemperance SuffragettesSuffragettes PopulistsPopulists MidclassWomenMidclassWomen.
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