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  1. Outline for Week 9 (week of Mon 3 March 2008) • Week #9 Readings: Henretta, pp. 597-627; Marten, pp. 63-70, 76-112, 123-140, and 145-154; Critical Thinking Module “Jane Addams and Hull House • Analysis Paper #2 due today • Discussion Themes: • How did the Progressive movement relate to the Populist movement of the 1890s (comparisons & contrasts)? • How did the involvement of the urban middle class influence the priorities and effectiveness of urban “rescue” missions? • Who was considered worth “saving” in the progressive era, and by what means (what strategies of reform)? • How did the priorities and methods of “child savers” differ with the gender and race of the children they targeted for “rescue”? • Voices:James Bryce, Alice Hamilton, John Dewey, Evelyn Dewey, Cyrus McCormick, Chicago Child Welfare Exhibit, Tantine, Clifford Shaw, Jane Addams, E.N. Clopper, Ernest Crosby, Child Labor Bulletin, Lewis Hine, Edward Devine, Lilian Robinson, Walter Kruesi, Felix Koch, William Graham Sumner

  2. Before Next Meeting (Weds) • Read and be prepared to discuss (by Feb 27): • Henretta, pp. 597-627 • Critical Thinking Module “Jane Addams and Hull House” • Marten, pp. 63-70, 76-112, 123-140, and 145-154 • Voices for Week 9: James Bryce, Alice Hamilton • Week #9 Discussion Questions:;; • How did the Progressive movement relate to the Populist movement of the 1890s (comparisons & contrasts)? • How did the involvement of the urban middle class influence the priorities and effectiveness of urban “rescue” missions? • Who was considered worth “saving” in the progressive era, and by what means (what strategies of reform)? • How did the priorities and methods of “child savers” differ with the gender and race of the children they targeted for “rescue”?

  3. Populist Ideals: The Cooperative Commonwealth (“if I only had a heart…”)

  4. The Cooperative Commons Ideal: Populist Party organizing, ca 1890s

  5. Immigrant Realities and rural vs urban ideals, ca 1890s-1910s

  6. Accessing the Commons: Who were the populists (compare RR access with areas of populist strength)?

  7. Election of 1876: The “Compromise of 1877” & “Redemption” campaigns

  8. Election of 1880

  9. Election of 1884

  10. Election of 1888

  11. Election of 1892

  12. Election of 1896: Democratic Party “Fusion” with the People’s Party

  13. Woman Suffrage (compare with areas of People’s Party Strength)

  14. Before Next Meeting (Weds) • Read and be prepared to discuss (by Feb 27): • Henretta, pp. 597-627 • Critical Thinking Module “Jane Addams and Hull House” • Marten, pp. 63-70, 76-112, 123-140, and 145-154 • Voices for Week 9: James Bryce, Alice Hamilton • Week #9 Discussion Questions:;; • How did the Progressive movement relate to the Populist movement of the 1890s (comparisons & contrasts)? • How did the involvement of the urban middle class influence the priorities and effectiveness of urban “rescue” missions? • Who was considered worth “saving” in the progressive era, and by what means (what strategies of reform)? • How did the priorities and methods of “child savers” differ with the gender and race of the children they targeted for “rescue”?

  15. Reimagining the West in 19th century America