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US History Chapter 8 SG2
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The ________________ movement swept through the United States from 1890 to 1920, promoting reforms of politics, business, and society.
In order to improve family life, the _____________________ movement promoted the practice of not drinking alcohol.
The state of _______________________was the 36th to ratify the 19th amendment.
Permitted voters to remove public officials from elected positions by forcing another election.
Allows citizens to approve or reject laws passed by the legislature
Law originated (created) by the people; gather signatures for a petition to put proposed law on next ballot.
Gave the ICC strong enforcement powers over the railroad
Allowed the government to decide how water would be distributed
National Reclamation Act
Established that government could regulate the interest rates of private banks and influence the money supply
Federal Reserve Act
The Federal Reserve Act is a Law establishing (that started) the ___________________
Federal Reserve System
Protected labor unions and limited businesses ability to exploit workers
Clayton Anti-Trust Act
law that placed regulations on interstate trade of Food and Drugs to keep truth in labeling and safe standards.
Pure Food and Drug Act
law that required federal inspection of meat processing factories
Meat Inspection Act
"the Congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes on income"
"The Senate of the United States shall be composed (made) of two Senators from each state, elected by the people thereof"
"the manufacture, sale, or transportation of intoxicating liquors within, the importation thereof into, or the exportation thereof from the US and all territory is hereby prohibited"
"The right of citizens of the US to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the US or by any State on account of sex"
World War I affected the suffragist movement by hastening (rushing the) passage & ratification of the ______ Amendment
______________expressed the belief that racism would end as blacks acquired practical work skills and proved their economic value to society.
Booker T Washington (BTW)
___________ was the founder of Hull House.
________________ expressed the belief that racial equality should be achieved immediately, and that blacks should gain a liberal arts education.
In 1896, ______________ ____ ________________, a black teacher, helped form the National Association of Colored Women to help families strive for success and to assist those who were less fortunate.
Ida B Wells
________ ________was the author of, How the Other Half Lives.
Who succeeded (was after) Theodore Roosevelt as President?
William Howard Taft
Which president was assassinated in 1901, allowing Theodore Roosevelt to become President of the U.S.?
_____________ supported powerful corporations that were efficient and did business fairly.
Which progressive reformer founded the National Consumers League and the Women's Trade Union League?
Theodore Roosevelt promised the American people a _________ ___________, which consisted of various reforms that would keep the wealthy and powerful from taking advantage of the poor.
The primary goal of the NAACP was equality among the _______.
the ______________ was founded in 1909, and sought to abolish segregation and discrimination and to achieve political and civil rights for African Americans.
Many Progressives who followed Walter Rauschenbusch's Social Gospel program (believed / did not believe) that laws should be enacted to help the poor, the vulnerable, and the less fortunate.
Muckrakers were ______________
In ________________, Upton Sinclair exposed unsanitary conditions in the meat-packing industry
n order to assist urban dwellers, progressives established community centers that provided social services to the urban poor. This was called the _____________ movement.
As a response to Booker T. Washington's ideas about gradual progress for African Americans, W.E.B. DuBois, and other leading African Americans founded the _______________ Movement
TRUE / FALSE The progressive movement regarded all of the following as worthy goals: protecting social welfare, creating economic reform, promoting business monopolies, and fostering efficiency in the workplace
FALSE The progressive Movement did not promote (support) business monopolies.
TRUE / FALSE Upton Sinclair's book The Jungle was a muckraking novel that led to food safety reforms.
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