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JEOPARDY The Progressive Era
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What is the collection of income tax? Effect of the 16 th Amendment?
What is the 18 th Amendment? Established Prohibition
Plessy v. Ferguson Sat in the wrong train car; 1/8 black – what court case?
What is Lochner v. New York This court case made 8 hr workdays illegal
Limited women’s workday – sets a double standard What is Muller v. Oregon?
This person revealed the “dirt” or scandals about an organization. What is a muckraker?
A forward thinking person who wanted to improve American life. What is a Progressive?
Awarding supporters with jobs What is a patronage?
Daily Double “Don’t Choke!”
Citizens can suggest and pass laws What is the initiative?
Kick out an elected official before his term expires What is recall?
Legislators propose and voters decide on certain laws. What is a referendum
These organizations worked for better working conditions, higher wages, and shorter work days What are labor unions?
This African American founded the Tuskegee Institute and was a spokesperson for the rights of blacks. Who was Booker T. Washington?
Who is W.E.B. DuBois? This African American man created the NAACP.
During the 1860s and 70s, this person cheated New York out of more than $100 million. Who was “Boss” William Tweed?
Author of The Jungle Who was Upton Sinclair?
Daily Double “Don’t Choke!”
What required potential govt officials to prove competency? What is the Pendleton Act?
Nellie Bly wrote this expose What is 10 Days in a Madhouse ?
Political cartoonist who revealed how corrupt Boss Tweed was. Who is Thomas Nast?
He was a photographer who took photographs of the city slums. Who was Jacob Riis?
Star of Iron Jawed Angels – went on a hunger strike Who is Alice Paul?
This amendment gave women the right to vote What is the 19th Amendment?
Desired a state by state approach for suffrage; stuck by Wilson Who is Carrie Chapman Catt?
New women’s suffrage organization formed by Paul and Burns…more radical What is the NWP?
This was a famous suffragist (hint--she was on the one-dollar coin). Asked for an ERA in the 1860s. Who was Susan B. Anthony?
What is the Pure Food & Drug Act? Which Act would have been passed after this cartoon?
What is the Meat Inspection Act?
Who is Boss Tweed? Who is this?
Ida B. Wells Barnett She wrote about lynching and maintained victims tended to be economic threats
What is the Frontier Thesis = the west is closed, threatens democracy What was Frederick Jackson Turner’s main idea?
JEOPARDY The Progressive Era Categories
Vocab Corruption Reform People Amendments.
Review Session. Reform Bringing about change to a social problem or concern Progressive Moving forward, bringing about change Public Interest.
THIS IS Presidents TR Reforms Equality Amendment s Muckrakers.
Political Bosses- political figures who had power in cities, counties, and states Popular with the poor ◦ Gave jobs, coal, turkeys, etc. ◦ In return.
THE PROGRESSIVE ERA For: Mr. Cook’s class By: Mrs. Camuto.
What was the goal of the Progressive era?. To fix the problems caused by industrialization (to make things better in America)
Muckrakers- Journalists who exposed problems in society Ida Tarbell- abusive practices of Standard Oil Trust Lincoln Steffens- corruption in government.
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.
Principles of Government Economic Growth Social Issues Reformers Misc.
Progressive Era Jeopardy THE RULES: Give each answer in the form of a question Instructor/Host’s decisions are FINAL.
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.
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.
What was it called when people were given jobs based upon support rather than qualifications?
Progressive Movement. Progressivism Quiz (reading 2) 1. Take a out a sheet of paper 2. Name & class period.
Expansion and Reform The Progressive Era and Imperialism.
TEXT LETTER TO 37607:. UNIT 7- PROGRESSIVE ERA 1890s Please have out your Progressive packets from the stations… & muckraker homework KEY QUESTION:
Progressivism Study Guide. What movement aims to improve society, government, and the well-being of people?
Vocab Corruption Reformers Presidents Amendments /Vocab.
The Muckrakers Journalists who exposed social problems and political corruption but did not propose solutions –Thomas Nast – cartoonist known for exposing.
Chapter 22 & 23 Review ImperialismProgressive EraPeoplePolitical.
11/12 Bellringer 5+ sentences Write about something you’d like to change. It could be a law, something at school, a parental rule, etc. How is it now?
Political, social, and economic change in America at the turn of the 20 th century Progressives – those who support these reforms. ◦ Wanted to make.
Progressive Era. Progressives Progressives: Reformers work to change/address problems created by industrialization Three main goals: 1. Improve living.
$100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Final Jeopardy VocabularyPeoplePoliticalEconomicSocial.
THE PROGRESSIVE ERA A REVIEW. 4 AREAS OF REFORM FOSTER EFFICIENCY PROTECT SOCIAL WELFARE PROMOTE MORAL DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC REFORM.
Teddy Roosevelt Potpourri People/ Orgs Legislation.
Review for Test on Progressives HW: Study – Essay on Friday Multiple Choice on Monday.
The Progressive Era Problems due to urbanization and industrialization: PovertySlumsBad working conditions Corrupt government + people have.
Progressive Era 1890 to Purposes of the Federal Government Chart Maintains law, order and public safety Improves national standard of living Maintains.
Reforms of the Progressive Movement. Child Labor Lewis Hine was a photojournalist and muckraker. He took photos of child laborers, which brought a lot.
Progressive Era Reform Movements Populists Farmers Rural Problems Progressives Middle Class Urban Problems Progressives Increase.
Chapter 22, Section 2: The Progressives The Progressives The Progressives Main Idea: Progressive reformers worked to end political corruption and give.
1890 to 1917 “Progressives were reformers who attempted to solve problems caused by industry, growth of cities and laissez faire.”
The Progressive Movement Big Idea: – The Progressive Era ( ) was a period of great reform movements including: Political reforms at the local,
UNIT XI JEOPARDY Mr. H. Mayo US History Mount Airy High School.
Progressives & Reform Chapter 21 Government Reform: Spoils System Spoils System = when a politician gives someone a government job in return for help.
Political Reform and the Progressive Era Jeopardy Miscellaneous Important People New Legislation
Progressive Era Essential Question: How did Progressive reformers make America a better place to live?
“The Progressive Era” United States History.
■Essential Question ■Essential Question: –How did problems in the Gilded Age contribute to “progressive” reforms in the early 20 th century? ■Warm-Up Question:
Chapter 13 The Era of Progressive Reform
African Americans in the Progressive Era Ignored by Progressive Era Wilson segregates federal buildings Interracial marriages illegal in D.C. Plessy.
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.
Chapter 21 Section 1 Roosevelt and Progressivism.
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