The Reform Movements: Populism, Progressivism, & Socialism

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Mr. Lickteig 8th Grade Social Studies Fort Riley Middle School

Populism

Annie Diggs
Populism/Progressive/Socialism?

Populism/Socialism

Government ownership of the Railroad
Populism/Progressive/Socialism?

Progressive

Samuel Crumbine
Populism/Progressive/Socialism?

Progressive

Social Reform
Populism/Progressive/Socialism?

Progressive

Charles Sheldon
Populism/Progressive/Socialism?

Socialism

Emanuel & Marcet Haldeman-Julius
Populism/Progressive/Socialism?

All Three

Establish an income tax
Populism/Progressive/Socialism?

Populism

William Peffer
Populism/Progressive/Socialism?

All Three

Election Reform
Populism/Progressive/Socialism?

Progressive

Prohibition
Populism/Progressive/Socialism?

Socialism

Economic focus
Populism/Progressive/Socialism?

Socialism

Kate Richards O'Hare
Populism/Progressive/Socialism?

Socialism

Appeal to Reason
Populism/Progressive/Socialism?

Progressive

William Allen White
Populism/Progressive/Socialism?

Populism

"Sockless" Jerry Simpson
Populism/Progressive/Socialism?

Populism

Mary Elizabeth Lease
Populism/Progressive/Socialism?

Socialism

J.A. Wayland
Populism/Progressive/Socialism?

Progressive/Socialism

Free education
Populism/Progressive/Socialism?

Populism

Political focus
Populism/Progressive/Socialism?

Socialist

Upton Sinclair
Populism/Progressive/Socialism?

Progressive/Socialism

Women's Suffrage
Populism/Progressive/Socialism?

Populism

"Free Silver" Movement
Populism/Progressive/Socialism?

Progressive

Carry A. Nation
Populism/Progressive/Socialism?

All Three

Grew in KS during the turn of the 20th century
Populism/Progressive/Socialism?

Populism

William Jennings Bryan

William Jennings Bryan

ran for President in 1892 as a Populist and in 1896 as a Democrat, effectively ending the independence of the Populist party

Carry A. Nation

leader of the Prohibition movement who used a hatchet to destroy bars and saloons

Samuel Crumbine

"Swat the Fly" campaign, "Ban the Public Drinking Cup", progressive health reformer

Charles Sheldon

pastor from Topeka who preached the Social Gospel; led numerous progressive programs in the city, W.W.J.D?

Emanuel & Marcet Haldeman-Julius

Socialist who published Little Blue Books

Little Blue Books

cheap paperbacks that allowed people from all different socioeconomic backgrounds to read the classics

William Peffer

1st Populist US Senator; long beard

16th

amendment that created an income tax

17th

amendment that established a direct public election of US senators

18th

amendment that banned alcohol in the US; started Prohibition; 1919

19th

amendment that gave women the right to vote; 1920

20th

amendment that changed the beginning and end of terms for federally elected officials; moved from Mar to Jan to allow new presidents/congressmen to start working earlier; 1933

21st

amendment that repealed prohibition; 1933

repeal

to get rid of a law

Kate Richards O'Hare

first woman to run for Senate; Socialist from KS

Appeal to Reason

name of the Socialist newspaper published in KS

William Allen White

progressive publisher from Emporia who attacked Populism and the KKK

Jerry Simpson

1st Populist US Representative; accused opponents of materialism

Mary Elizabeth Lease

powerful Populist speaker who encouraged farmers to stand up against corporations

J.A. Wayland

Socialist publisher of Appeal to Reason

Upton Sinclair

Socialist muckraker who published books on the negative aspects of American life; The Jungle

Annie Diggs

Populist speaker from KS who tried to combine Populism with Temperance & Women's Suffrage

Populism

the political movement of the working class (mostly farmers) against the privledged elite (corporations) during the 1890s; grassroots movement

Progressivism

the social reform movement of improving the quality of life of Americans during the early 1900s; election reform, labor reform, economic reform, education reform, health reform, etc.

Socialism

the economic movement of the late 1800s / early 1900s to more evenly split the incomes between the rich and poor in the US

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