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What Wilson called the Banks, the Trusts and the Tariff collectively
Act that fined Railroads for giving rebates to shippers
Queen of Hawaii, wanted Hawaiian self-rule
Anti-Union campaign during Red Scare
Scandal where railroad company got extra money from government for minimal work
Act created to enforce ICA
British Prime Minister during peace negotiations
Amendment ending slavery
Phrase given to continual reference of Civil War in politics
Leader of the Socialist Party
Faction of Republicans who embraced swapping government jobs for votes
Head of the Committee of Public Information during WW1
Amendment for female suffrage
Policy of goodwill towards Latin American countries
Act prohibiting rebates and required railroads to publicly post rates
Non-corrupt Secretary of State for Harding
Act where government was to buy $2-4 Million of silver each month
Wilson's appeal to the people about the League of Nations
Owner of Standard Oil Company
Roosevelt's ideology of US might and more Government control
McKinley's reasoning for Imperialism
Stalwart Republican leader from NY
Built powerful chain of newspapers in San Francisco
Garfield's assassin
Naval officer who wrote 'The Influence of Sea Power upon History'
Inventor of Basketball (just cuz I like basketball)
Case giving women protection in the workplace
'Bull Moose' president, Progressive Republican
Scandal where naval oil reserves were sold to a private copmany
Naval Hero in the Philippines
Most powerful banker of the Gilded Age
Case stating that individual states can't regulate interstate commerce
Placed laws on the ballot so people had the last say
Sarcastic name given to post-Civil War era by Mark Twain
Ran a 'yellow press'
Act under Lincoln that gave Midwest land to settlers who maintained it for 5 years
Wisconsin Progressive Republican leader
Ideology of nationalizing industry, banks, and income taxes. A favorite of Midwest farmers
Gave Blacks the right to vote
Historian who described the significance of the end of the American Frontier
Trial in TN about evolution
Wrote numerous fiction books for young boys, sold over 100 million copies
Father of Labor and leader of the Federation of Labor
Philippine Nationalist and rebel leader
Prosecutor during Red Scare who 'saw red'
Acts put in place during WW1 limiting speech and Socialist/German propaganda
Part of the Cuban constitution guaranteeing the US the right to intervene
Black poet during the Harlem Renaissance
Cruel Spanish General sent to Cuba
Wilson's idea of more active government, economic and social reform
Gave civil rights to blacks, banned some Confederates from office
Great inventor of the light bulb
Amendment for direct election of senators
Act that set up 12 banking districts each with a central bank
Champion of the Populist movement, lost 3 presidential elections
Term given to Poles, Czechs, Italians, and other Southern and Eastern European Immigrants
Teddy Roosevelt's Secretary of State
Ohio Senator and orchestrator of the Republican Party in 1896
NY political cartoonist, the bane of Boss Tweed's existence
City tenement design
Corrupt Secretary of the Interior under Harding
Organization created by W.E.B. Dubois
TR's policy of military and naval preparedness
Democratic Nominee vs. Rutherford B. Hayes
Act that reduced immigrant quotas to 3%
Cases ruling that the 'flag did not outrun the Constitution'
Act that expanded the amount of illegal business practices of trusts
Radical anti-black, anti-immigrant terrorist group
Ex. CA governor who financed Central Pacific rail
Act forbidding trusts that restrained trade, used to curb labor unions
Steel company owner known for philanthropy
European leaseholds in China
Highest protective tariff in US peacetime history
Idea that the best fit, usually associated with Anglo-Saxons, would prosper and become rich
Revolutionary poorhouse founder and leader
What was the name of the accepted plan for Reconstruction: 5 military districts, and strict rules
State Laws in the South that supported segregation
Leader of the woman suffrage movement (the main one)
Writer and photographer of 'How the Other Half Lives'
Sioux Indian leader who predicted victory in battle
American Aviator and hero who flew across the Atlantic
Supreme Court case that ruled 'separate but equal' constitutional
Prohibition Amendment
Radical congressman from Pennsylvania during Civil War
Case that reversed the court's ruling in Muller v. Oregon
Name given to those friendly to blacks in the South
Act that created the Civil Service Commission
'Buffalo Bill', famous cowboy in wildwest shows (and the namesake of the Buffalo Bills)
Head of the Food Administration, future president
Treaty with the British allowing US to build and fortify Panama Canal
Conservation Control of Corporations Consumer Protection

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