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  • Classes, lectures, musical classes, manual work classes, college extension courses, public baths, coffee shop, kindergarten, theater.
  • Washington Gladden
  • Women’s Christian Temperance Union & Anti-Saloon League
  • Women’s trade union league National Consumer’s League
  • The miners don’t suffer, why they can’t even speak English.
  • Interstate Commerce Commision

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  • 1. +
  • 2. The Grassroots of Progressivism
    • Settlement Houses
    • University Settlement House
    • 1886-NYC-1 st in US
    • Lillian Wald-Henry Street
    • 1893-NYC(LES)-public health nursing
    • Jane Adams-Hull House
    • 1889-Chicago-classes, art exhibits, gymnasium, labor museum, public playground, take-out cafeteria, nursery.
  • 3. TGOP cont.
    • Social gospel
    • Reform society
    • Turn aside social Darwinism
    • Turn down Rockefeller’s money. ‘tainted’
    • Charles M. Sheldon-WWJD
    • Christianize capitalism
  • 4. TGOP cont.
    • Social purity
    • Rev. Charles H. Parkhurst
    • Brothel tours and “social evil”
    • Ministers, Doctors, Women
    • Higher wages for women
  • 5. Early Prohibition
    • WCTU & ASL
    • Prostitution, abuse, unemployment, industrial accidents
    • Big liquor fights, backfires
    • Nativism rears its head (Scots-Irish, German, Italian)
    • Sunday bans on liquor
    • State bans on liquor
  • 6. Women’s Rights
    • WTUL
    • Middle-class & working class unification
    • 1909-Triangle Shirtwaist Co. strike
    • 1911-Triangle Fire 146/500
    • Direction changed to legislation
    • Muller v Oregon. 10 hour days
    • NCL and ‘white lists’
  • 7. Reform Darwinism
    • Take control of growth
    • Scientific management
    • Elitism
  • 8. Government
    • Thomas Johnson (D)
    • Cleveland
    • City bought the streetcar system-3cent fare
    • Robert M. La Follette (R)
    • Wisconsin
    • “ Laboratory of democracy”
    • Hiram Johnson
    • California
    • Southern Pacific Railroad
  • 9. Teddy Roosevelt
    • September 5, 1901
    • Northern Securities Company
    • 43 trusts
    • Preferred regulation to trustbusting
    • Department of Commerce and Labor
    • UMW vs. George Baer strike from may til october
    • 10 hour days, 10 percent wage increase, recognize the union
  • 10. Teddy Roosevelt
    • Square Deal-1904
    • Hepburn Act
    • ICC power to set rates with court review
    • Pure Food and Drug Act-The Jungle
    • Conservation
    • Tripled government reserve land
    • 21 new reserves, enlarged 11
  • 11. “ Speak softly…”
    • Panama Canal
    • $10 million + $250,000 annual
    • Panamanian revolt
    • Roosevelt Corollary
    • Leave Latin America alone, unless “brutal wrongdoing”
  • 12. “… and carry a big stick.”
    • Held back from aggressive stance in Asia
    • Mediated between France and Germany
    • Held back German aggression
    • Mediated between Russia and Japan
    • Held back Japanese aggression, Nobel Prize.
    • Great White Fleet (Root-Takahira)
  • 13. Taft
    • Handpicked by Roosevelt
    • 1908 beat the Dems
    • Weak president, puppet for GOP
    • Undid much of Roosevelt’s work
    • Dollar diplomacy
    • Lawyer not politician
    • 1910 Dems took Congress
    • 1912 Roosevelt challenged Taft
  • 14. Wilson
    • Progressive party led by Roosevelt
    • Republican party led by Taft
    • Democrat party led by Wilson
    • Teetotaler, fixed beliefs, unwilling to compromise
  • 15. Wilson cont.
    • Orator, addressed Congress directly
    • Tariff Reform
    • Banking Reform
    • Trust Reform
    • Clayton Act><FTC
    • Fall 1914 done, time to heal
    • Reluctant to create additional goals for progressivism
  • 16. The downside of Progressivism
    • Industrial Workers of the World-unskilled labor
    • Birth Control
    • Wilson ignores march for women’s suffrage
    • Western & Southern racism
    • Western- Asian American
    • Southern- African American
  • 17. Booker T. Washington
    • Education and economic progress over political and social equality
    • Plessy v. Ferguson
    • Roosevelt invited BTW to White House
    • Wilson segregated federal workforce
    • Atlanta race riots
    • W.E.B. Du Bois-NAACP