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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What movement aims to improve society, government, and the well-being of people?
Under what process are citizens able to vote for laws passed by the legislature?
During a __________________, voters vote to nominate individuals for upcoming elections.
What process can be used to remove a politician from office before the next election?
What right did Women fight for (and eventually gain) in the late 1800s-early 1900s? (What is the specific term?
What is the term for journalists who alerted the public about wrongdoing in society, politics, or business?
What process can be used by citizens to pass law through obtaining enough signatures from voters?
What court case made regulating abortion illegal during the first trimester of a pregnancy?
What organization was led by Carrie Chapmen Catt and worked to get women the right to vote?
What law aims to level the playing field and make up for years of discrimination?
What theory advocates for the political, economic, and social equality of women and men?
What organization that was established by Betty Friedan aims to allow women to fully participate in American Society?
What were the major reform groups of the Progressive Era that we studied?
Settlement Houses, Social Gospel, Women’s Christian Temperence Union, Muckrakers, National Consumers League, NAWSA, NWP, Etc.
A proposed amendment that attempted to prohibit gender discrimination. It was not ratified.
What law allows for more incidents of violence to be reported and punished than before?
Know the reform movement that each of the following people was associated with: