Chapter 9 Pro & Reforms Mr. Lindquist/Mr. Veltri
The Progressive Movement Chapter 9 (1900-1920). Part one/section one of Chapter 9 Vocab.
The collective ideas of Robert M. Lafollette, governor of Wisconsin, that became the basis of the Progressive Movement.
The 16th Amendment allowed for the collection of taxes on personal and corporate income (Progressive tax).
The protection and preservation f natural resources, begun by the Federal Government by Theodore Roosevelt.
A broad agreement on an issue.
Payment made to employees if they got injured on the job.
Officials elected by the people that control the finances of the city. They Hire a city manager.
A professional manager hired by the city commission to handle the day to day operations of the city.
Allowed people to propose a bill to the state government.
Allows voters to accpet or reject an initiative.
Allowed voters to remove elected officials by having another election.
Allowed the voters of the political parties to elect the candidates to represent them in the general election.