5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Child Labor
- Political Corruption
- 18th Amendment
- Income Tax, Senators elected, Alcohol no no, Women Vote
- a Illegal actions; used organization to gain power and influence laws
- b A change to the Constitution forbidding production, sale, and consumption of alcohol
- c Brought by reforms
- d Journalist who reported the negative conditions found in factories, cities, and politics
- e What does ISAW Stand for?
5 Multiple choice questions
- What did the Plessy v. Furguson court case mean
- Citizens can propose a bill/lawby petitioning with a specific number of signatures of registered voters
- Forced sparation of people of different races in public places
- What were the solutions to factory safety and child labor?
- What were the 2 problems in these four items workers compensation, fire safety, child labor, and labor unions
5 True/False questions
Recall → What does suffrage mean?
both about voting → What do the 19th and 17th amendment have in common
Political Machines → A political party organization in big cities that holds power by controlling votes, courts, and police
Elizabeth Cady Stanton → Believed in equality through education
Accepted social segregation
Political Reforms → The people that were in charge of the political machines