Chapter 30 Terms #1

Chapter 30 Terms #1 - Chapter30 1 The Progressive(Bull...

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Chapter 30 1. The Progressive (Bull Moose) Party:   separated from the Republican Party after the Ballinger–Pinchot Affair in 1910.  Roosevelt was furious at Taft and took the Progressive Republicans into the new party.  Split the votes with the Republicans in  the 1912 election thus gave the win to the Democrats. 2. Roosevelt’s “New Nationalism”:   preached a more active government role in economic and social affairs but favored  continued consolidation of trusts and labor unions.  Also campaigned for women’s suffrage. And a broad program of social  welfare which included minimum-wage laws and social insurance. 3. Wilson’s “New Freedom”:   preached a more active government in economic and social affairs too but favored a small  enterprise, entrepreneurship, and the free functioning of unregulated and unmonopolized markets.   Shunned social-welfare  proposals and wanted the fragmentation of big industrial combines based on enforcement of the anti-trust laws. 4.
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Chapter 30 Terms #1 - Chapter30 1 The Progressive(Bull...

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