How can we help?

You can also find more resources in our Help Center.

us history chapter 16 & 17

STUDY
PLAY
WEB Du Bois and Booker T Washington
disagreed over whether achieving equality was the burden of the nation or of African Americans
The Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882
prohibited Chinese laborers from entering the country
which of the following did the Populist Party suggest would raise crop prices
the coinage of free silver
the Populist Party lost power in large part as a result of
the 1896 election of McKinley
Republicans argued that high tariffs would
allow american industries to grow
which of the following encouraged President Arthur to pusue civil service reform
assasination of President Garfield
what socail problem did Upton SInclair's novel the Jungel describe
the living and working conditions in Chicagos stockyards
many progressives who followed Walter Rauschenbuschs Social Gospel program believed that
Christianity should be the basis of social reform
which reform resulted from the fire at the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory
workers compensation laws
which reform did the 19th amendment enact
womens suffrage
which woman founded the National Association of Colored Women to help African American families and those who were less fortunate
Ida B Wells
which event led to the formation of the NAACP
the 1908 Springfield riot
why did roosevelt run for the presidency in 1912
Tafts political decisions angered Roosevelt
which politcal party did woodrom wilson represent in the 1912 election
the Democratic party
wilson tried to protect workers by
lowering tariffs on good imported from foreign countries
why did the United States banking system need to be reformed in the early 1900's
the nation had no central authority to supervise banks
during the 1902 coal miners strike in pennsylvania president roosevelt
threatened to send federal troops to take control of the mines
harvard graduate who criticized booker t washingtons ideas
WEB Du Bois
group of Mexican Americans whoo fought to protect land claims
Las Gorras Blancas
legislation meant to segregate balcks and whites
jim crow laws
founder of an organization that taught farmers new farming techniques
Oliver H Kelley
tool used to prevent African Americans from voting by charging them money
poll tax
politicak group that demanded free silver and government ownership of railroads
populist party
democratic presidential candidate who supported free silver
william jennings bryant
organizations that brought farmers together to form farm cooperatives
farmers alliance
republican winner of the 1896 presidential election
william mckinley
schoolteacher journalist and anti-lynching activist
Ida B Wells
socially conscious writers who dramatized the need for reform
muckrakers
a community center that provided social services to the urban poor
settlement house
an activist who opened the countrys first birth control clinic
margaret sanger
an organization that worked for womens suffrage
NAWSA
an African American leader who urged African Americans to deman immediate recognition of their rights
WEB Du Bois
an organization that used the courts to challenge laws that were unfair to African Americans
NAACP
Theodore Roosevelts plan for fair government
Square Deal
a man who lead the Division of Forestry under president theodore roosevelt
gifford pinchot
president who attacked the "triple wall of privilege"
woodrow Wilson
legislation that strengthened the Sherman Antitrust Act by spelling out the specific activities in which businesses could not engage
Clayton Antitrust Act