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10/18/06 I. Social Profiles of the Progressives a. Rising Influence of Women b. The Emerging, Influential Middle Class II. Grassroots Progressivism a. Jane Addam’s Hull House b. Settlement House Programs c. Settlement Houses and Broader III. Progressivism in National Politics a. Profile: Theodore Roosevelt as Reformer b. The “Square Deal” c. Birth of the Modern Presidency General Federation of Women’s Club Jane Addams Settlement Houses “Americanization” Northern Securities Antitrust Lawsuit Anthracite Coal Strike (1902) Square Deal Social Profiles of the Progressives Many women Women getting higher education More educated middle and upper class women Still not many jobs for women Rising influence of women Learning more about the world, politics, and history Important in shaping their roles Roles in domestic sense was changing Due to technological advances Women starting to marry later in life Extra time channeled towards reform Women’s club become big
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