9 - The Progressive Era- September 15

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Upton Sinclair,  The Jungle,  1906
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Concentration of corporate power and wealth A large, and rebellious working class Crowded, unsafe cities Corruption of machine politics Assimilation of millions of immigrants Ongoing labor conflict Jim Crow practices Rise of radical alternatives Diversity of issues
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Problems that need to be addressed Willingness to take action Environment over individual character Examples: alcohol, prostitution Nature vs. nurture Optimism about possibilities for change Faith in scientific method Common foundation
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Religious and moral fervor (social gospel) Outlet for educated women Expansion of college and university education for women Range of motivations
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Miss E.[‘s] health did not seem to suffer at first.  She studied, recited, walked, worked,  stood, and the like . . . She  seemed . . . 
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