Chapter 6-- Set 3

ban on alcohol (1920), but became legal again in 1933
Frances Willard
Temperance and women's suffrage advocate who wa the leader in the WCTU and the Prohibition Party
Carry Nation
Temperance advocate who entered saloons in Kansas and smashed alcohol bottles with a hatchet
Eighteenth Amendment
(1919) constitutional amendment that outlawed the production and sale of alcoholin US; made legal again in 1933
Susan B. Anthony
American social reformer who was active in the temperance, abolitionist, and women's suffrage movements, president of NAWSA
founded by Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton to fight for women's right to vote
Theodore Roosevelt
concerned with trust busting, environmental conservation, and strong foreign policy
Square Deal
needs of workers+consumers=balanced; called for limiting power of trusts, promoting public health/ safety, and ameliorating:) working conditions
Upton Sinclair
wrote The Jungle that exposed the unsanitary working conditions in the meatpacking business
Meat Inspection Act
(1906) required federal government's inspection of meat that was shipped across state lines
Pure Food and Drug Act
(1906) forbade manufacture, sale, or transportation of harmful food and medicine, and required that the food and medicine containers have ingredient labels on them