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Progressivism Study Guide. What movement aims to improve society, government, and the well-being of people?. Progressivism. Under what process are citizens able to vote for laws passed by the legislature? . Referendum.

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  • Recall before the next election?



  • Suffrage late 1800s-early 1900s? (What is the specific term?



  • Muckraker about wrongdoing in society, politics, or business?


  • What process can be used about wrongdoing in society, politics, or business?by citizens to pass law through obtaining enough signatures from voters?


  • Initiative about wrongdoing in society, politics, or business?


  • What did the 19 about wrongdoing in society, politics, or business?th Amendment do?












  • Feminism social equality of women and men?












  • What was the to allow women to fully participate in American Society?meeting where women formally demanded a right to vote?













  • What problems?document called for women’s right to vote?








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