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  1. PROGRESSIVE REFORMS

  2. WOODROW WILSON

  3. WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT

  4. MUCKRAKERS

  5. TEDDY

  6. HODGE PODGE

  7. PROGRESSIVE REFORM WOODROW WILSON WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT MUCKRAKERS TEDDY HODGE PODGE $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500

  8. The 17th Amendment

  9. The Direct Election of Senators

  10. This act was passed as a result of “The Jungle”

  11. Meat Inspection Act Of 1906

  12. 16th Amendment

  13. Graduated Income Tax

  14. These two acts were passed to regulate railroads

  15. Hepburn Act & Elkins Act

  16. Clayton Anti-Trust Act was referred to as the _____ of labor

  17. Magna Carta

  18. Prior to being President Wilson served as Governor of this state

  19. New Jersey

  20. One word to describe Wilson as a politician

  21. Inflexible Or stubborn

  22. First Jewish American to sit on the Supreme Court, appointed by Wilson

  23. Louis Brandeis

  24. Wilson’s political platform

  25. New Freedom

  26. Wilson created The Federal Reserve which had the power to do this

  27. Issue paper money and increase the amount of money in circulation

  28. Taft represented This political party In the Election of 1912

  29. Republican

  30. Taft’s Foreign Policy

  31. Dollar Diplomacy

  32. Taft promised this bill would lower the tariff but once passed,,, it actually raised the tariff

  33. Payne-Aldrich Bill

  34. The number of trusts taken down by Taft

  35. 90

  36. Never truly wanting to be President; this was the lifelong dream of Taft

  37. To be Chief Justice of the Supreme Court

  38. Author of “The Jungle”

  39. Upton Sinclair

  40. Exposed tenement or slum life

  41. Jacob Riis

  42. Her work eventually Brought down The Standard Oil Co.

  43. Ida Tarbell

  44. Exposed corruption among local or city governments

  45. Lincoln Steffens

  46. Muckrakers felt their primary function in the Progressive attack on social ills was to do this

  47. Expose them or make the public aware of social problems

  48. While President, Roosevelt called his reform proposals this

  49. Square Deal