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Vocabulary Practice. The next bunch of slides are practice vocabulary. Quiz yourself!. 18 th Amendment. 1919- Made the manufacture and sale of alcoholic beverages illegal. Temperance Movement. People who organized in order to create a ban on alcohol. -Carry Nation

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Vocabulary Practice

The next bunch of slides are

practice vocabulary.

Quiz yourself!


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18thAmendment


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1919-

Made the

manufacture and

sale of alcoholic

beverages illegal.


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TemperanceMovement


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People who

organized in

order to create a

ban on alcohol.

-Carry Nation

-Francis Willard

-Women’s Christian Temperance Union


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19thAmendment


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1920-

Guaranteed the

right to vote

regardless of sex

(women can vote)


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Jane

Addams


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Founder of Hull House in Chicago, a settlement house for the poor.


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Reform


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To change or improve


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Progressives


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Nickname for people who worked for change during the Progressive Movement


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Urbanization


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The movement of people from rural areas (like the country) to cities


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Settlement

House


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Building in a poor or ethnic neighborhood that offered services, education, and activities.


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Hull House


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Settlement House in Chicago opened by Jane Addams


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Civil Service Reform


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Changed in gov’t hiring process that focused on merit rather than connections.


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Muckraker


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Journalists who tried to improve society through their investigative reporting and photography. Exposed health conditions, corruption in government, and social problems.


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Conservation


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The preservation of natural resources


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The Jungle


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Book by Upton Sinclair which exposed the abuses of the meat packing industry


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MeatInspectionAct


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1906 Law passed as a result of Upton Sinclair’s novel, The Jungle. Authorized the inspection of all meat products shipped in interstate commerce (from state to state)


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NAACP


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National Association for the Advancement of Colored People


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ProgressiveMovement


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Time of reform, generally centered in urban areas.


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Prohibition


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The ban on alcoholic beverages in the U.S. after the 18th Amendment


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Pure Food and Drug Act


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1906 Law-

Forbidding the manufacture and sale of dishonestly labeled product: All products must have ingredients listed


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Sherman Antitrust Act


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1890 Law –

Prohibited monopolies


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Interstate Commerce Act


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Law that monitored railroads in order to restrict unfair business practices


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Social

Activist


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Individuals who protest and defend individual rights.

Ex. Jane Addams


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Square

Deal


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President Theodore Roosevelt’s idea that all people should have an opportunity to succeed in the U.S.


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Tenement


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Overcrowded apartment building in a city slum


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Suffrage


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The right to vote


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Political Bosses


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Powerful politicians who took control of big cities for $. They were corrupt (like Boss Tweed)


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Civil Service Commision


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Group that sets up exams (civil service exams) that applicants for federal jobs must take. This is a fair way of filling government positions.


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