HST 102 2:9

HST 102 2:9 - - - difficult time with cultural diversity 12...

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HST 102 The progressive era, 1896-1920 2/10/11 1 st - Last time - 2 nd populism and the color lines - These politicians believed that African Americans should leave the republic and democratic parties and shouldn’t vote. - 3 rd towards jim crow - segregaion of discriminating in public places in unconstitutional. - Congress says that separate but equal facilities is ok. - 4 th 5 th results - amount of black voters decreases rapidly. - 6- tom Watson after 1896 - 7 responses - northern white politicans don’t care about racism - they figure that it is the southerners problems - 8 progressivism - 9 other progressive reforms - 10 available alternatives - 11 some progressive reforms
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Unformatted text preview: - - difficult time with cultural diversity 12 what was a progressive? 13 anti- monopoly and democract- 14 social efficency and safety-can just look at profits of an industry.-Must look at the social aspects of it-Ex: pollution and way it affects typical life.-15 th 16 reform Darwinism - 17 maternalism- 18 Jane Adams-had a college degree when most women didnt have college degrees. -Moved toa very poor section of Chicago and provides service. -19 maternalism and labor- 20 materialism and the law- 21 social and moral purity- 22 temperance- 23 24 th 25 th 26 th 27 th 28 th 29 th...
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This note was uploaded on 01/21/2012 for the course HST 102 taught by Professor Cohen during the Spring '07 term at Syracuse.

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