5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Julius A. Wayland
- "What's the Matter With Kansas"
- Women's Suffrage
- Frederick Funston
- "Little Blue Books"
- a A military leader who fought during the Spanish-American War.
- b Editorial that claimed the Populists made Kansas look foolish
- c Started the Socialist paper "Appeal to Reason"
- d Voting rights for all women
- e Made literature affordable to everyone
5 Multiple choice questions
- Can't be denied voting rights based on sex
- Kansas newspaper that expressed the views of Socialism
- President of automobile company who starts this career as a locomotive mechanic.
- an investigative journalist who looks into the negative parts of society, very popular during the early 1900s, example = Upton Sinclair
- Prohibit the manufacturing and sale of alcohol
5 True/False questions
Temperance → Abstaining from alcohol, religiously motivated, personal choice
Free Education → Part of the Socialist & Progressive Movement that dealt with the school systems
Emanuel and Marcet Haldeman-Julius → Developed "Little Blue Books"
"Sockless" Jerry Simpson → US Congressman who claimed that his opponent of wearing silk socks as a symbol of wealth
utopian → Associated with the Populist Party