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Race and Social Justice in U.S. History

Progressivism Quiz – Review Sheet

 

  1. Roots of Progressivism
    1. Sherman Anti-Trust Act
    2. Muckrakers – what they were and some famous examples
    3. Comstock Law/Margaret Sanger
    4. Pendleton Civil Service Act
    5. Samuel “Golden Rule” Jones
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  2. William Jennings Bryan – how he served as an example of both progressive and non-progressive ideals
  3. Womens’ Suffrage movement – roles played by Harriet Blatch, and Alice Paul
  4. Child Labor – photojournalists and Keating Owen Act
  5. Theodore Roosevelt
    1. Attitude towards trust
    2. Attempts to preserve environment
    3. Attempts to conserve
    4. Coal Strike of 1902
    5. Northern Securities
  6. President Taft and “Trustbusting"
  7. Purpose of the NAACP
  8. Things progressives shared in common
  9. Progressive Legislation
    1. Meat Inspection Act
    2. Pure Food and Drug Act
    3. Federal Reserve Act
    4. 19th Amendment
    5. Underwood Simmons Tariff
    6. Direct Primary, Recall, Initiative, Referendum
  10. Progressive Legislation due to disaster
    1. Triangle Shirtwaist Factory
    2. Leo Frank / Anti Defamation League
  11. Limits of Progressivism
    1. Bath Riots
    2. Jack Johnson and the Mann Act
    3. Eugenics
    4. Hetch Hetchy