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5 Matching questions

  1. Niagara Movement
  2. 16th Amendment
  3. 17th Amendment
  4. muckrakers
  5. 19th amendment
  1. a
    "anti-Bookerites" pledged militant pursuit of rights such as unrestricted voting, economic opportunity, integration, and equality before law
  2. b
    provided for direct election of US senators (previously by state legislatures); state legislatures thought by progressivists to be corrupt
  3. c
    national suffrage; gave women the right to vote
  4. d
    journalists who fed public taste for scandal and sensation by exposing social, economic, and political wrongs
  5. e
    legalized federal income tax; will allow for Underwood Tariff

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. learning should focus on real-life problems and children should be taught to use their intelligence and ingenuity as instruments for controlling their environments

  2. opposed Washington and believed a select group of African Americans should use their skill to pursue racial equality; formed NAACP

  3. As a strong believer in eugenics, she promoted abortion and "sex rights" for women and started the birth control movement in America (birth control league) which became the modern day Planned Parenthood.

  4. Blatch believed all women contributed to society's betterment; need to vote to promote women's economic roles: NAWSA- Carrie Chapman Catt and NWP- Alice Paul
  5. urban middle class worked towards many of same goals as north and are especially successful in political reform; although tainted by racism, south was important in movement: 17th Amendment, direct primaries in all but 3 states

5 True/False questions

  1. "the women movement"
    middle class women striving to move beyond household into social welfare activities, higher education, and paid labor

          

  2. Carrie Chapman Catt and Alice Paul
    (Roosevelt- 1906) prohibited dangerous foods and also addressed abuses in medicine industry

          

  3. initiative
    Group of attorneys, aimed to end racial discrimination and obtain voting rights by pursuing legal redress in the courts

          

  4. eugenics
    enabled voters to accept or reject a law

          

  5. New Nationalism
    Wilson; concentrated economic power threatened individual liberty and monopolies had to be broken up so marketplace could become genuinely open

          

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