3 Progressives and the Environment

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Who were the Progressives? Middle-class urbanites Joiners: civic clubs, women’s clubs, businessmen’s clubs, professional organizations Diversity of concerns: machines, trusts, schools, environment Jane Addams, Hull House; Theodore Roosevelt (1902)
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Progressive Principles Faith in God Belief in progress Reliance on science and technology
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Unformatted text preview: Strong belief in both democracy and expertise Goals: order, efficiency, beauty, health, cleanliness Chicago Columbian Exposition, Worlds Fair, White City (1893) New York Tenement House Law, 1901 Windows, toilettes, hall lighting, fire escapes (40 pages building codes) City Beautiful Movement Daniel Burnham, Chicago Plan (1909)...
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