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200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 Teddy Roosevelt Potpourri People/ Orgs Legislation Amend- ments
His efforts in this were influenced by his desire to protect natural resources for the future.
This plan included policies to increase railroad regulation, attack “bad trusts,” and protect consumers
The Square Deal
Along with Taft and Wilson, Teddy Roosevelt broke with this economic policy of former presidents.
Up until him, the federal government generally supported these groups in labor strikes.
He used arbitration to settle this labor strike in 1902
Anthracite Coal Strike
This term was used during the Progressive Era to describe investigative journalists like Ida Tarbell and Lincoln Steffens who exposed societal problems.
This movement blamed the ills of society on industrialization and urbanization and also supported the idea that the government should regulate big business.
This woman created the Hull House which provided education, daycare and more to the urban poor of Chicago.
He was the corrupt NYC mayor who led Tammany Hall and was accused of stealing $200 million from the city.
She was the public health care nurse who promoted the use of birth control to reduce urban population and poverty.
This man believed in a gradual approach for African Americans to gain the right to vote and founded the Tuskegee Institute.
Booker T. Washington
This man agreed with Booker T. Washington that education helped African Americans achieve their goals but believed that rights should be immediate and founded the NAACP to achieve this goal.
He aimed for America’s heart but hit its stomach through his writing of the Jungle.
He was the leader of the Standard Oil Trust
John D. Rockefeller
The NAACP and the Anti Defamation League both were primarily a response to this in America.
Racism and Prejudice
Recall, Referendum and Initiative all try to put more political power in the hands of these.
This type of tariff is designed to encourage American manufacturing and was disliked by the Progressives
This legislation allowed injured civil servants to receive temporary pay.
Workman’s Compensation Act
The Jungle prompted the passage of the Meat Inspection Act and this piece of legislation.
The Pure Food and Drug Act
How the Other Half Lives by Jacob Riis prompted NYC to pass these laws.
Tenement House Laws
This tried to reduce the gap between the rich and the poor and made up lost revenue from reduced tariffs.
By 1914 only some states allowed full women’s suffrage. By 1920, it was granted to all women by this amendment.
This amendment made it so that Senators were directly elected by the people and were less influenced by big business and its millionaires.
This amendment outlawed the sale, manufacture and transport of alcoholic beverages.
These 2 bodies are involved in the amendment process.
Congress and the States
Chapter 9 & 10 Test Prep.
The student will identify major efforts to reform American society and politics in the Progressive Era. Standard 13.
The Rise of Progressivism
Chapter 8 The Progressive Era.
APUSH Review: The Progressive Era
Review for Test on Progressives HW: Study – Essay on Friday Multiple Choice on Monday.
Progressive Era Review Session.
An Age of Reform Chapter 16. The Early 1900’s Exciting time for America Exciting time for America Honest citizens could make changes for the better. Honest.
Aim: Review for Test on Progressives Bring a #2 pencil and a pen. Essay Topic: TWO Progressives and their impact.
The Progressive Era To what extent did the United States become more democratic during the Progressive Era? In what ways did the responsibilities of the.
The Progressive Movement
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 response.
Progressive Era Reform Movements Populists Farmers Rural Problems Progressives Middle Class Urban Problems Progressives Increase.
Find a seat quickly and quietly and be ready to go over your tests.
Essential Question What were the goals of the progressive movement? What were the goals of the progressive movement?
Adopted in 1919, this amendment made the manufacture and sale of alcoholic beverages an illegal act.
Chapter 17 Sect. 4. The Progressive Period was a time of political, social and economic change in the United States Muckrakers – writers who wrote stories.
Progressivism( ) Topic for Today: Who were the Progressives? How and why did the Progressive Movement seek to change America at the turn of the.
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