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Presidents Support Reform Chapter 21 Section 1 December 2011
NY Legislature (age 26) Civil Service Commission NY Police Chief Asst. Secretary of the Navy Governor of NY, 1898
Temple of Music at night, Pan Am Exposition Buffalo, NY 1901
Last Photo taken of President McKinley as he enters the Temple of Music at Pan Am Expo in Buffalo Sept. 6, 1901
President McKinley’s Assassin, Leon Czolgosz
Wilcox Mansion, Delaware Ave., Buffalo. Theodore Roosevelt Inauguration Site.
Purpose of Government is to ensure fairness for workers, consumers, and big business.
Government should ensure that all groups in America have an equal opportunity to succeed. Helps TR win 1904 Election by a landslide.
Preferred to control & regulate trusts Supported many labor unions (coal miners in PA)
Meat Inspection Act 1906 Pure Food Act 1906 Conservation: 170,000 acres of Nation Parks
William Howard Taft: Elected President in 1908 Addressed Child Labor Problem Busted more trusts than TR
TR runs again in 1912 on Bull Moose Ticket. Three way race allows Woodrow Wilson to be elected.
1. “Bull” Moose dominates the cartoon
2. Donkey = Democrats Elephant = Republicans
3. Glasses Mustache Toothy Smile
4. Roosevelt has changed from an elephant (Republican) to a moose (Progressive Party). Also, he has taken money from trusts (see barrel of water).
Promoted free enterprise Federal Reserve Act 1913 Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to regulate business practices
Support for passing the 17 th Amendment: Direct Election of US Senators.
Chapter 19 Section 2 The Progressive Presidents Objectives Describe how Theodore Roosevelt tried to limit the power of business. Summarize the main points.
Progressives in the White House Chapter 22, Section 3 p
Chapter 21 – Progressives & Reformers Lesson 3 Objectives 1.What Progressive reforms did Theodor Roosevelt support? 2.What was Woodrow Wilson’s New Freedom.
TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. Progressive Presidents.
Progressive Presidents Chapter 21 Section 3. Theodore Roosevelt Received the Republican vice-presidential nomination in 1900 Became president after.
The Progressive Presidents In 1901, Republican President William McKinley was assassinated... …Vice President Theodore Roosevelt became president.
Progressive Presidents Theodore Roosevelt (R) William Taft (R) Woodrow Wilson (D)
The Progressive Presidents Theodore Roosevelt William Taft Woodrow Wilson.
PROGRESSIVE PRESIDENTS p Roosevelt Facts Became President after William McKinley was assassinated Known as a “trustbuster” – went after monopolies.
Progressive Presidents Chapter 17. Prog. Presidents Theodore Roosevelt – Republican – and then the progressive (Bull- Moose Party) – William.
Chapter 15, Section 2 The Progressive Presidents p Presidents Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and Woodrow Wilson back Progressive reforms.
Progressive Presidents p Roosevelt Facts Became President after McKinley was assassinated. Known as a “trustbuster” – went after monopolies.
Roosevelt’s Square Deal Chapter 17 Section 4. Who is Teddy Roosevelt? Energetic, opinionated, and smart Graduated with honors from Harvard in 1880,
The Progressive Presidents. Between 1901 and 1919, three Presidents began a series of Progressive reforms. Teddy Roosevelt William Howard Taft Woodrow.
Theodore Roosevelt William H. Taft Woodrow Wilson
Accomplishments of the Progressives. To Improve Democracy and break the power of the political machines Secret Ballot Initiative, Referendum, Recall New.
US 2 MR. PERRY CHAPTER 17 THE PROGRESSIVE ERA ( ) SECTION 4 ROOSEVELT’S SQUARE DEAL.
Progressives in the White House President William McKinley is shot by an anarchist at the NY World’s Fair in 1901 VP Theodore Roosevelt became president.
The Progressive Presidents CHAPTER 6 SECTION 4. Theodore Roosevelt With the assassination of President McKinley, Theodore Roosevelt, became the youngest.
Progressive Presidents. Theodore Roosevelt “Square Deal” ▫Term used to describe the various progressive reforms sponsored by Roosevelt ▫A fair and equal.
PROGRESSIVE PRESIDENTS Teddy Roosevelt And Woodrow Wilson.
The Progressive Presidents Section 2. Teddy Roosevelt BACKGROUND Childhood: Wealthy NY family Asthma, sickness Adulthood: Moved up in gov’t and politics.
Progressive Presidents 1.Roosevelt 2.Taft 3.Wilson.
The Political Impact of Progressivism Theodore Roosevelt became President in 1901 with the assassination of William McKinley Roosevelt is considered the.
Exploring American History Unit VII – Beginning of Modern America Chapter 21 - The Progressive Spirit of Reform Section 4- The Progressive Presidents.
Progressive Presidents Chapter 21, Section 3 Pgs
WARM UP: 10/12 We need to check/ finish your assignment from Thursday. Get that out please. If you were absent, get the small reading and “African American.
UNITED STATES HISTORY Progressive Presidents Dr. King-Owen [8.02]
Theodore Roosevelt President: Took over after McKinley assassinated, left for Taft to take over, ran again in 1912 as 3 rd Party.
President Theodore Roosevelt VP Theodore Roosevelt became president after the assassination of William McKinley in 1901 TR was a different kind of president.
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.
Target: I can describe the policies of the Progressive Presidents.
THE PROGRESSIVE ERA Theodore Roosevelt “Trust Busting” The Jungle Progressive Reform The Panama Canal William Howard Taft Woodrow Wilson.
Progressives in the White House - President William McKinley is shot by an ________________ at the NY World’s Fair in VP Theodore Roosevelt became.
The Progressive Presidents US History: Spiconardi.
Teddy Roosevelt ( ) Republican 1902 Coal Strike Coal miners in western PA went on strike.
Progressivism and Political Reform During the Gilded Age, city, state, and national governments were in need of ___________ Corrupt political _______.
Progressive Era Presidents Wimpy Asthmatic Kid Born 1858.
Chapter 18 Section Teddy Roosevelt- will not seek another term as President.
THE PROGRESSIVE ERA A REVIEW. 4 AREAS OF REFORM FOSTER EFFICIENCY PROTECT SOCIAL WELFARE PROMOTE MORAL DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC REFORM.
Essential Question: (Just think about this one.) How did progressives bring reform to urban & state governments? Bell Ringer Questions: How effective were.
Progressivism and Political Reform During the Gilded Age, city, state, and national governments were in need of reform Corrupt political machines controlled.
The Progressive Presidents. 1. Theodore Roosevelt- (pg. 649) 2. trustbuster- (pg. 650) 3. conservation- (pg. 651) 4. national park- (pg. 651) 5. William.
Popular Progressivism Popular progressives had some success Needed the federal government to regulate society.
Progressivism By President. Big Question ► What did each President do to further the Progressive movement?
Unit 7 – The Progressive Era & Roaring 20s (1890 – 1929) President Theodore Roosevelt’s Square Deal.
William Taft and Woodrow Wilson. William Taft (R)
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