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People who want to improve the conditions of society caused from Industrialization and the growth of cities Who are Progressives?
This allowed business, goods and people to travel and spread across the country (interstate commerce) What is the transcontinental Railroad?
Investigative journalists who exposed the problems of corruption in city governments and Big Business What are muckrakers?
This word means to vote. What is suffrage?
What is increase competition? OR What is regulate Big Business The Sherman Anti-trust law was passed in attempts to
Teddy Roosevelt’s nickname for his opposition to big business and attempts to regulate them What is Trustbuster?
Thomas Nast drew political cartoons about Boss Tweed to help fix the problems in this…or with these… What is Government? (what are political machines)
Upton Sinclair wrote this book which exposed the horrors of the meat packing industry What is The Jungle?
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What was the result of the invention of the assemble line to mass produce products faster? What is Lower prices?
This tragedy resulted in safer factory working conditions in New York State. What is the Triangle Fire?
A complaint about Big Business is that they force small businesses out and control industries What is eliminate competition?
During the Gilded Age, it was said that monopolists controlled the … What is Senate (government)?
By President Teddy Roosevelt enforcing the Interstate Commerce Commission, he was attempting to do this What is control the RR industry’s prices and make them more fair.
These muckrakers tried to expose the problems of child labor and tenement life. Who is Lewis Hine and Jacob Riis?
This was called “New Slavery” because freedmen were still tied to the land What is sharecropping?
Bribery and the spoils system are examples of this… Corruption
The system in which government jobs were given as personal favors from elected officials What is the spoils system or Patronage system
This Supreme Court Case made segregation legal in the U.S. What is Plessy v. Ferguson?
This Amendment gave women the right to vote. 19 th Amendment?
The South tried to limit the rights of African Americans to vote by creating laws such as What are the literacy test and poll tax?
What are tenements? These were the crowded city buildings where immigrants and factory workers lived
By allowing the people to vote on U.S. senators, the 17 th Amendment made it so who couldn’t control the Senate? What is Big Business?
What was the name of John D. Rockefeller’s monopoly? What is Standard Oil?
This law was made to correct the spoils system in which unqualified people were given government jobs. What is the Civil Service Act (exam)?
Immigration, the industrial revolution, and new factory jobs caused this What is the growth of cities (urbanization)?
FINAL JEOPARDY ? Reform
13 th amendment, 14 th amendment, 15 th amendment, Civil service commission, 16 th amendment, 17 th amendment, the square deal, and the 19 th amendment What are ways the government has been improved to make our country more democratic?
Chapter 21 Section 1 Roosevelt and Progressivism
1. What is a push factor? A pull factor? 2. Where did immigrants from Europe pass through to get to the U.S.? From Asia? 3. What were nativists? 4. What.
SSUSH13 The student will identify major efforts to reform American society and politics in the Progressive Era.
The Rise of Progressivism
What kind of negative impact did Industrialization have on workers, farmers, cities, women, children, etc?
For: Mr. Cook’s class By: Mrs. Camuto
THIS IS Presidents TR Reforms Equality Amendment s Muckrakers.
Objectives Identify the problems in American politics during the Gilded Age. Describe the political reforms the Progressives supported. Explain how journalists.
America becomes a world power
Review Progressive Era. When was the Progressive Era? Beginning of the 20th Century or early 1900’s.
Principles of Progressive movement
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Chapter 15 Political Reform & the Progressive Era p
PROGRESSIVE MOVEMENT SEC PAGES
Principles of Government Economic Growth Social Issues Reformers Misc.
Late 1800s & Early 1900s United States! Reforming (changing) the U.S. Cities were crowded, leaders were unethical, and people were not enjoying the quality.
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