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Progressivism study guide

Progressivism Study Guide


Progressivism study guide

  • What movement aims to improve society, government, and the well-being of people?


Progressivism study guide

  • Progressivism


Progressivism study guide

  • Under what process are citizens able to vote for laws passed by the legislature?


Progressivism study guide

  • Referendum


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  • During a __________________, voters vote to nominate individuals for upcoming elections.


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  • Direct Primary


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  • What process can be used to remove a politician from office before the next election?


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  • Recall


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  • What right did Women fight for (and eventually gain) in the late 1800s-early 1900s? (What is the specific term?


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  • Suffrage


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  • What is the term for journalists who alerted the public about wrongdoing in society, politics, or business?


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  • Muckraker


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  • What process can be used by citizens to pass law through obtaining enough signatures from voters?


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  • Initiative


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  • What did the 19th Amendment do?


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  • Women can vote


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  • What court case made regulating abortion illegal during the first trimester of a pregnancy?


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  • Roe v. Wade


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  • What progressive movement protects natural resources?


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  • Conservationism


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  • What organization was led by Carrie Chapmen Catt and worked to get women the right to vote?


Progressivism study guide

  • National American Women’s Suffrage Association (NAWSA)


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  • What law aims to level the playing field and make up for years of discrimination?


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  • Affirmative Action


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  • What theory advocates for the political, economic, and social equality of women and men?


Progressivism study guide

  • Feminism


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  • What organization that was established by Betty Friedan aims to allow women to fully participate in American Society?


Progressivism study guide

  • National Organization for Women (NOW


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  • What were the goals of progressivism?


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  • To bring change and positive change in society


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  • What were the major causes of Progressivism?


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  • Problems related to Industrialization and Urbanization


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  • What were the goals of the National Consumer’s League?


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  • Improve working conditions and equality in factories


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  • What laws were the result of the Jungle?


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  • Meat Inspection Act and Pure Drug and Food Act


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  • What was the meeting where women formally demanded a right to vote?


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  • Seneca Falls Convention


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  • What law caused Hoover Dam to be built?


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  • National Reclamation Act


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  • What were the major reform groups of the Progressive Era that we studied?


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  • Settlement Houses, Social Gospel, Women’s Christian Temperence Union, Muckrakers, National Consumers League, NAWSA, NWP, Etc.


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  • What social movement provided services to the poor in cities?


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  • Settlement House


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  • What was the Equal Rights Amendment?


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  • A proposed amendment that attempted to prohibit gender discrimination. It was not ratified.


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  • What group thought that alcohol was the cause of society’s problems?


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  • Women’s Christian Temperance Union


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


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  • Declaration of Sentiments


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  • What law allows for more incidents of violence to be reported and punished than before?


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  • Violence against Women Act


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  • How did the Civil Rights Act of 1964 benefit women?


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  • It gave feminists a legal tool to fight discrimination


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  • Know the reform movement that each of the following people was associated with:


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Theodore Roosevelt


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Environment


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Susan B. Anthony


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Women’s Suffrage


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Jacob Riis


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Poverty


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Upton Sinclair


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Business and Industry


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Alice Paul


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Women’s Suffrage


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Carrie Chapman Catt


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Women’s Suffrage


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WEB Du Bois


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Racism


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John Muir


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Environment


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Booker T. Washington


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Racism


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Jane Addams


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Poverty


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Ida Tarbell


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Business and Industry


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Gifford Pinchot


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Environment


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Carlos Montezuma


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Racism


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