Study Guide for Second Lecture Exam
What does the test look like?
(See previous study guide for more detail)
20% textbook (objective) and 80% lecture (subjective)
Section One: Textbook Questions (10 questions, 2 points each)
Section Two: Identifications (6 IDs, 5 points each)
Section Three: Essay (2 essays given, choose 1 to answer, 50 points)
Chapters 19, 20, 21, 22
Read the chapters and find information that
discussed in class
What blue and green sections were not covered in lecture?
Pay attention to the pictures, maps, graphs, bold face words regarding information we did
not cover in class, and sections titled “Connecting History”
Pretend you had to make the textbook questions. What seems a reasonable question to
ask a college student if s/he read the entire chapter?
The Progressive Era, 1900-1920
Populists vs. Progressives, Progressive presidents (TR, Taft, Wilson), fear of revolution,
younger generation, cyclical theory, awakening theory, the three trumpets, muckrakers,
social gospel movement, professional social workers,
, Upton Sinclair, Pure
Food and Drug Act, Populist Ideas—Progressive successes, 16
Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine, Bad Neighbor Policy, TR’s inner circle,
dollar diplomacy, preservation, conservation, Gifford Pinchot, Richard Ballinger, Bull