NOTE-TAKING GUIDE: Of the People: A History of the United States CHAPTER 20 “A United Body of Action: 1900–1916” COMMON THREADS What political problems arose from the transition to an urban, industrial, and national society?How did women’s activism on social issues change the style and contentof politics?Why did party politics decline at the same time that national interest groups emerged?How did the new interventionism transform the administration of cities and states?In what ways did progressivism enlarge the president’s powers over foreign policy and the economy? OUTLINE American Portrait: Alice Hamilton Toward a New Politics The Insecurity of Modern Life The Decline of Partisan Politics Social Housekeeping Evolution or Revolution? The Progressives Social Workers and Muckrakers Dictatorship of the Experts Struggles for Democracy: Public Response to The Jungle Progressives on the Color Line Progressives in State and Local Politics Redesigning the City Reform Mayors and City Services Progressivism and the States The President Becomes “The Administration” The Executive Branch Against the Trusts The Square Deal Conserving Water, Land, and Forests TR and Big Stick Diplomacy American Landscape: The Hetch Hetchy Valley Taft and Dollar Diplomacy Rival Visions of the Industrial Future The New Nationalism
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