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conservation, end to child labor, minimum wages for women, workers compensation, social security and graduated fed income taxNew freedom Wilson-limited government and states rights-saw need for strong fed government but disagreed on how government should restrain private power-welfare as paternalistic and contrary to traditions of free peopleHistory 10259/24/07-Wilson’s presidency New freedom new nationalismoTariff reform,Underwood Tariff act 1913oBank reformCreated a federal reserveoTrustsClayton Antitrust act 1914Federal trade commission -WelfareoWorkers compensationoChild labor lawso8hr law for railroad workersoSeamen’s actoFederal farm loan act oLow interest rural credit system-City infrastructureoGarbage collection, street cleaning, and lighting, park building, street repairs, traffic lights, juvenile courts, city beautiful movement, schools-government reform (urban, state and national)oeliminate boss system, public ownership of transportation, secret ballots, direct primary, women’s suffrage, National progressive income tax, recall petitions, -welfare programsounemployment insurance, disability pensions-workplace reformoindustrial safety guidelines, factory inspector, minimum wage, child labor-big businessorailroad rate, increased corporate taxes, limits on campaign spending-Product safety standards
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oMilk and meat inspection, pure food and drug, labels on ingredients-social purityoimmigration restrictions, anti prostitution and dance hall campaigns-otherodawes act, boarding school, anti-lynching campaigns,-culturalopragmatismobelief in government as a positive forceoreform Darwinismo***state bears responsibility for protecting citizensoConditional welfare-legislative and governmentalostronger, more active presidencyobigger, stronger and more active fed governmento>bureaucracyoRegulation of businessChild labor laws, food and drug act, railroad regulation, factory inspections-welfareopensionsohealth clinics-moral regulation ooutlawed prostitution, prohibition-suffrage of women-conservation oexpanded national park system-democratization of politicsothe recall, primaries-Social control oi.e. ProhibitionTerms: Monroe doctrineTeller amendment Roosevelt corollaryOpen door policyDollar diplomacyQuestions: 1. how and why did the us acquire an empire at the turn of the century 2. what were the various motivating factors and forces that propelled the drive to empire 3. what if anything distinguished the American empire to tat of the Europeans - conditions for change o the economy
o emerging expansionism o role of ideology o - the economy o need for markets for stability for favorable balance of trade believed that china trade was the key to American prosperity - emerging expansionism o the influence of sea power upon history (1890) o concerned with the us stability and power o tied to economic health o eco health relied on trade o trade required protection and promotion o both required power

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