Chapter Twenty-One: Progressivism

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American birth control advocate
women locked in shirt-waist factory fire
working class and first class women of the U.S.
Wilson's policy promoted anti-trust
Roosevelt's political philosophy
famous writer; muckraker
New York stock exchange fell 50% from its peak
independent trade agency (FTCA)
provided health food inspection
key figure in the Social Gospel Movement
upheld constitutionality 'separate but equal'
education and social reform
founded irrigation projexts
lowered tarrifs
granted central banking system; Wilson
gave ICC right to set railroad rates
Roosevelt made this waterway possible
income tax ratification of the 16th amendment
progeressive leader and isolationism leader
American suffragist leader led to 19th amendment
founder of American Community Nursing
mechanical engineer who sought to improve industrial efficiency
ensured civil equality
civil rights activist
Teddy Roosevelt's program formed around conservation of natural resources, continuation of corporations and consumer protection
stood for the Industrial Workers of the World
Yosemite Park
(IWW) union with 100,00 people
American political party split the Republican Party
worked against sweatshops and for minimum wages
assassin of President William McKinley
pioneer settlement worker of Full House in Chicago
28th President; reformed banking system
wilderness preserver in the U.S.
head of the U.S. Forest Fervice
led Industrial Workers of the World; socialist party of the U.S.
27th President and 10th Chief of Justice
(NWP) worked for women's rights
analyzed and synthesized workflows
forced social evolution
speech Booker T. Washington gave for social equlity
American civil rights leader and education movement leader
multi-tendency democratic-socialist political party in the U.S.
U.S. trying to further move into Latin America and Africa
U.S. congressman initiated political reform in Wisconsin
regulatory body in the U.S.
court case justified sexual discrimination and labor laws
non-profit representative consumers
Protestant Christian intellectual movement
General Electric, business god, helped out during panic of 1907
led the League of Women Voters and International Allegiance of Women
democrat, headed relief efforts in the Jamestown floods of 1889
movement to abolish prostitution and sexual sins
1906 disturbance
linking of practice and theory

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