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Progressive Tragedies/Reforms Article: This piece should be at least 600 - 1000 words in length not including picture, caption, title, or...

Progressive Tragedies/Reforms Article: This piece should be at least 600 -1000 words in length not including picture, caption, title, or bibliography. Your bibliography should have at least 3 academic sources (attached as a separate page). Choose one of the Progressive Tragedies/Reforms that occurred in the quest for Civil Rights. Writers Byline Answers to the 5 “W” questions (who, what, when, where, why) A description of the action Key information of the topic/What is the significance for today Dates and specific examples of the topic Why it is important to report on How does this relate to Civil Rights? Locate a photo and write a caption that will describe the option (this can be placed at the beginning, middle, or end of the written piece – this is a personal caption that the student comes up with

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Dorothea Dix

1902 Anthracite Coal Strike

Newlands Reclamation Act

Taylor’s Scientific Management

Child Labor Movement



Settlement Houses

Jane Addams

Anti-Saloon League

Social Insurance

Prison Reform

Henry George

Upton Sinclair “The Jungle”


Theodore Dreiser “Sister Carrie”

Charlotte P. Gilman – Social Reformer

Ida Tarbell

John Spargo

Public Health Reform

Lillian Wald

Mine Safety Act 1870

Women’s Christian Temperance Union

Jacob Riis “How the Other Half Lives”

Forest Reserve Act 1891

Progressive Education

Carry Nation

National Reclamation Act 1902

Pure Food and Drug Act 1906

Meat Inspection Act 1906

Seaman’s Act 1915

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