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Progressivism Study Session. What is a Recall?. The procedure where voters can remove public officials from office before the next election. What are Muckrakers?. Journalists who alerted the public to wrong-doings. What is the movement to improve government, society, and human well-being?.

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Progressivism Study Session


  • What is a Recall?


  • The procedure where voters can remove public officials from office before the next election


  • What are Muckrakers?


  • Journalists who alerted the public to wrong-doings


  • What is the movement to improve government, society, and human well-being?


  • Progressivism


  • What did the 19th Amendment do?


  • Gave women the right to vote


  • What did the National American Women Suffrage Association (NAWSA) do?


  • Fought for women’s suffrage


  • As a result of Roosevelt’s commitment to _____________, our natural resources were used yet not abused.


  • Conservationism


  • What famous structure was created because of the National Reclamation Act


  • Hoover Dam


  • What did the Temperance Movement believe?


  • Alcohol was the cause of many of the problems in American Society


  • The Meat Inspection Act and Pure Food and Drug Act were created as a result of which book?


  • The Jungle


  • What women’s rights meeting formally demanded that women could vote?


  • Seneca Falls Convention


  • What was the main goal of Progressivism?


  • Bring about positive change in society


  • What did Roe v. Wade do?


  • Made abortion legal in the first 3 months of a pregnancy in ALL states


  • What was a result of the Violence Against Women Act?


  • Incidents of violence against women are more often reported and more often punished than before.


  • What was the Declaration of Sentiments?


  • A document issued by the Seneca Falls Convention calling for equal rights of women


  • Which of the following progressive reform movements was Susan B. Anthony most associated with?


  • Women’s Suffrage


  • Which of the following progressive reform movements was Alice Paul most associated with?


  • Women’s Suffrage


  • Which of the following progressive reform movements was Jane Addams most associated with?


  • Poverty


  • Which of the following progressive reform movements was Jacob Riis most associated with?


  • Poverty


  • Which of the following progressive reform movements was Upton Sinclair most associated with?


  • Business and Industry


  • Women reformers in the late 1800s and early 1900s fought for this democratic right


  • Suffrage


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