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Unformatted text preview: nd 17th Amendments Who were the Progressives in terms of class, race, and attitudes toward the poor, political views? National Progressivism in the administrations of Roosevelt, Taft, and Wilson Main achievements (laws, programs, actions, etc.) The Election of 1912 How did the administrations of Roosevelt and Wilson differ from each other? How were they similar? The Legacy of Progressivism—Very Important—See Table on page 949. Which reformers from the Progressive movement can be linked to reforms that occurred later in the 20th century? Progressive Party platform 20th Century Legacy: Federal Accident, Old Age, Unemployment Insurance ­­­> Medicare and Social Security Jane Addams: Settlement housing movements ­­­> Poverty programs Jacob Riis: Tenement Housing laws (effort to clean up slums) ­­­> Rehabilitation of slums through model cities program Ida Tarbell: Break up monopolies and regulate business ­­­> Regulation of highway safety and transportation What was muckraking and what did it involve? Famous muckrakers, the issues that they cared about, any books they wrote: Muckraker Issues they cared about Books they wrote Other/ Impact Ida B. Wells Focused on lynching, racial justice, women’s suffrage, better education 3 pamphlets Partial founder of NAACP Ida Tarbell Wanted to end monopolies and make business fair “History of the Standard Oil Company” Standard Oil Company was broken up by Supreme Ct Margaret Sanger Focused on the fact that birth “What Every control was illegal/unavailable, Woman Should babies being born into large poor Know” Planned Parenthood families without resources “Motherhood in Bondage” Upton Sinclair Focused on the horrors of the meatpacking industry in Chicago “The Jungle” Meat Inspection Act Lincoln Steffens Focused on corruption in the government and big businesses “Shame of the Cities” Had some reforms and raised public awareness Jane Addams Focused on immigrant equality, women’s rights, and WW1 peace; Wanted 8 hour work day for women, and 14 yrs old to work “20 Years at Hull House” Factory Inspection Act Jacob Riis Advocate of decent housing in the slums, wanted better education, advocate of parks and playgrounds on weekends “How the Other Half Lives” Photography Key Terms Muckraking: Investigative journalism informing the people about the bad aspects of society to encourage support for progressivism/reform Settlement Movement: Reformist social movement; Goal of getting rich and poor in society to live more closely together in a interdependent society; built settlement houses in poor urban areas John Muir: Formed the Sierra Club; Wanted to preserve the land in a wilderness state Hetch­Hetchy conflict: Conservationists won over preservationists (Pinchot won vs Muir) ; roosevelt and congress were on Pinchot’s side; Environmental conflict Pure Food and Drug Act: implemented by Roosevelt; eliminated bad things from everyday food; Cocaine from Coca­Cola; Opium from medecine, etc Keating Owen Act: banned child labor; later deemed unconstitutional Meat Inspection Act: meat must be dated (companies did whatever they could to avoid this); Federal inspection; Sanitary conditions; implemented by roosevelt Initiative: right to propose laws (need a petition) Referendum: once a sizable portion of voters sign the petition, the idea for the law is placed on a ballot and people can vote for it Recall: if elected official is corrupt, voters have right to vote them out of office Commission form of Government: 5 experts are appointed to govern a city/state; originated from Galveston, Texas hurricane Frederick Winslow Taylor: Had a nervous breakdown in school, was prescribed manual labor; chief engineer after working his way up the company John Dewey: Wanted reform on education; Came up with movable seats and desks; *Child centered, not subject oriented; Learn by doing; Schools were instruments for social reform Gifford Pinchot: Conservation advocate; Selective logging, fire control, limited grazing on public land; Supported by Roosevelt and Congress Coal Miners Strike of 1902: miners protested against long hours, dangerous conditions and low pay; Miners went back to work with 10% raise United Mine Workers: Striked in 1902; Goals acheived Northern Securities Case: First time government use...
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