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  • 1. The Progressive Era
  • 2. Significant Events
    1890 General Federation of Women’s Clubs organized
    1899 National Consumers League founded
     1900 Robert La Follette elected governor of Wisconsin
     1901 Theodore Roosevelt elected president
     1903 Department of Labor and Commerce created
     1906 Upton Sinclair’s The Jungle published
     1910 Mann Act passed
     1911 Triangle Shirtwaist fire
     1914 Clayton Antitrust Act passed
     1919 Nineteenth Amendment grants women suffrage
    Chapter 22
  • 3. Origins of Progressivism
    Chapter 22
  • 4. The Politics of Paralysis
    The Roots of Progressive Reform
    Aims of progressives
    Chapter 22
  • 5. What was Progressivism?
    counter point
    counter
    Chapter 22
  • 6. The Politics of Paralysis
    The Progressive System of Beliefs
    Pragmatism
    Chapter 22
  • 7. The Politics of Paralysis
    The Pragmatic Approach
    Behaviorism
    Sociological jurisprudence
    Brandeis Brief
    Chapter 22
  • 8. The Politics of Paralysis
    The Progressive Method
    Muckrakers
    Voluntary organizations
    Professionals
    Chapter 22
  • 9. The Search for the Good Society
    Poverty in a New Light
    Naturalism
    Social work
    Chapter 22
  • 10. The Search for the Good Society
    Expanding the “Woman’s Sphere”
    Women’s organizations
    New woman
    Margaret Sanger
    Chapter 22
  • 11. The Search for the Good Society
    Social Welfare
    Keating-Owen Act
    Chapter 22
  • 12. The Search for the Good Society
    Woman Suffrage
    Militant suffragists
    Chapter 22
  • 13. The Search for the Good Society
    Woman Suffrage
    Nineteenth Amendment
    Chapter 22
  • 14. Controlling the Masses
    Stemming the Immigrant Tide
    Eugenics
    Americanization
    Literacy test
    Chapter 22
  • 15. Daily Lives
    Public Space/ Private Space
    Amusing the Million
    Coney Island, 1903 Library of Congress
    Chapter 22
  • 16. Controlling the Masses
    The Curse of Demon Rum
    Anti-Saloon League
    Chapter 22
  • 17. Controlling the Masses
    Prostitution
    Spread of the vice
    Mann Act
    Chapter 22
  • 18. The Politics of Municipal and State Reform
    The Reformation of the Cities
    “Gas and water socialism”
    City-manager plan
    Chapter 22
  • 19. The Politics of Municipal and State Reform
    Progressivism in the States
    Weaknesses of city government
    “Battle Bob” La Follette
    Other states follow suit
    Seeds of the welfare state
    Chapter 22
  • 20. Progressivism Goes to Washington
    Theodore Roosevelt
    Chapter 22
  • 21. Progressivism Goes to Washington
    A Square Deal
    Philosophy of the Square Deal
    Anthracite coal strike
    U.S. v. E.C. Knight
    Northern Securities
    Railroad regulation
    Chapter 22
  • 22. Progressivism Goes to Washington
    Bad Food and Pristine Wilds
    Conservation through planned management
    John Muir and preservation
    Chapter 22
  • 23. Progressivism Goes to Washington
    The Troubled Taft
    Taft’s character
    Taft’s accomplishments
    Chapter 22
  • 24. Progressivism Goes to Washington
    Roosevelt Returns
    New Nationalism
    Chapter 22
  • 25. Progressivism Goes to Washington
    The Election of 1912
    Progressive, or “Bull Moose,” party
    Woodrow Wilson’s New Freedom
    Chapter 22
  • 26. Progressivism Goes to Washington
    The Election of 1912
    Chapter 22
  • 27. Woodrow Wilson and the Politics of Morality
    Early Career
    Missionary spirit
    Student of politics
    Chapter 22
  • 28. Woodrow Wilson and the Politics of Morality
    The Reforms of the New Freedom
    Underwood-Simmons Tariff
    Federal Reserve Act
    Federal Trade Commission
    Clayton Antitrust Act
    Chapter 22
  • 29. Woodrow Wilson and the Politics of Morality
    Labor and Social Reform
    Brandeis on the Supreme Court
    Keating-Owen Child Labor Act
    Chapter 22
  • 30. Woodrow Wilson and the Politics of Morality
    The Limits of Progressive Reform
    Curbing minorities
    The strength of market capitalism
    Chapter 22

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