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Chapter 25 - Chapter 25 America and the Great War (WWI)...

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Chapter 25 America and the Great War (WWI) 11/02/2008 14:51:00 Progressivism – loosely connected movement – early 1900s through the teens response to modern industrial society and the strains it created roots – a move to honest govt., populism, critique of the underclass work and  living conditions they were not socialists – they took great pains to disassociate themselves from  socialism – yet socialism was a part of their ideologies allies – mud rakers  prohibition, regulation of social welfare and giant corporations some of them were anti-immigration this is why we can’t say they were either liberal or social – mish mash of  everything New Woman – less kids, worked Wilson – trust buster  progressivism spawned the modern activist state that we know now – people are  more likely to turn to the government for solutions ***end of isolation. .... 1. America began losing its isolationist streak with imperialism
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2008 for the course HIST 128 taught by Professor Nelson during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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