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5 Matching questions

  1. Workers Compensation
  2. 16th Amendment
  3. both about voting
  4. Referendum
  5. Political Corruption
  1. a What do the 19th and 17th amendment have in common
  2. b A change to the Constitution allowing for the goverment to pass direct taxes, such as income tax
  3. c Illegal actions; used organization to gain power and influence laws
  4. d People can vote directly on a proposed law
  5. e Fund set up by business
    Pay in determined by safety record in business

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Worked to gain suffrage for all women
  2. Believed in equality through education
    Accepted social segregation
  3. Set a merit system controlled by the civil service
    At first the Act affected only 14,000 out of 130,000 federal jobs
    Act now has more than 90% of the goverment jobs
  4. Disagreed with Booker T. Washington
    Believed that suffrage (the vote)was the way to end segregation
    Help to start the NAACP
  5. Brought by reforms

5 True/False questions

  1. InitiativeCitizens can propose a bill/lawby petitioning with a specific number of signatures of registered voters


  2. Political BossesChanges made in politics to get rid of political corruption


  3. Political MachinesA political party organization in big cities that holds power by controlling votes, courts, and police


  4. 18th AmendmentA change to the Constitution forbidding production, sale, and consumption of alcohol


  5. Political ReformsThe people that were in charge of the political machines


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