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Amendments
Vocab   Corruption Reformers   Presidents
                                              /Vocab


100       100 ...
Group of corporations run
  by a single board of
 directors - similar to a
       monopoly
Trust
Allowed voters to
select party candidates
Direct primaries
Process by which
people vote directly
     on a bill
referendum
Two terms used when politicians
 give jobs to political supporters
Spoils System
  Patronage
When voters can remove an elected
      official from office
recall
New York City political boss found
 guilty of corruption and stealing
 millions of dollars, died in prison
Boss William Tweed
1870s-90s marked by patronage,
corruption, bribery and political
            scandals
Gilded Age
This person became President after
Garfield was killed and began the
    Civil Service Commission
Chester A. Arthur
DAILY DOUBLE

  Person who bought votes, took
payoffs, bribed others & gave jobs
      and loans to supporters
Political boss
Charles Guiteau shot this person
because he didn’t give Guiteau a job
President James Garfield
Began in 1869; was organized to
pass an amendment to give women
         the right to vote
National Women’s Suffrage
       Association
Organization that fought to ban
 alcohol because of the negative
  affect it had on the family and
because women were bann...
Women’s Christian Temperance
          Union
He started the Wisconsin Idea and
   helped reform voting through
primaries, referendums, initiatives,
             and re...
Robert Lafollette
Exposed meatpacking plants through
           The Jungle
Upton Sinclair
Broke up trusts, supported the
graduated income tax, supported an
 8 hour work day for government
  employees, against chi...
President William H. Taft
This President's plan was call the
      “New Freedom” plan
President Woodrow Wilson
The President lost public support
when he raised tariffs and fired a
Forest Service Official for selling
         wilderne...
President William H. Taft
“Trustbuster”
President Theodore Roosevelt
Federal Trade Commission
            &
   Federal Reserve Act
President Woodrow Wilson
Gave women the right to vote
19th Amendment
Person who exposed corruption and
 other problems, usually through
           journalism
Muckraker
Agreement made to limit Japanese
 immigration into United States
Gentlemen’s Agreement
DAILY DOUBLE

Amendment that allowed direct
    election of Senators
17th Amendment
Amendment that banned the sale,
 transportation, and making of
            alcohol.
18 th   Amendment
Two reformers for African American
               rights:
 1. supported actively fighting for
              equality
2. su...
1. W.E.B. Dubois
2. Booker T. Washington
Final Jeopardy


Name all three Progressive Presidents
      in chronological order.
        (first and last name)
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Jeopardy Review Game For Progressive Era

  1. 1. Amendments Vocab Corruption Reformers Presidents /Vocab 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500
  2. 2. Group of corporations run by a single board of directors - similar to a monopoly
  3. 3. Trust
  4. 4. Allowed voters to select party candidates
  5. 5. Direct primaries
  6. 6. Process by which people vote directly on a bill
  7. 7. referendum
  8. 8. Two terms used when politicians give jobs to political supporters
  9. 9. Spoils System Patronage
  10. 10. When voters can remove an elected official from office
  11. 11. recall
  12. 12. New York City political boss found guilty of corruption and stealing millions of dollars, died in prison
  13. 13. Boss William Tweed
  14. 14. 1870s-90s marked by patronage, corruption, bribery and political scandals
  15. 15. Gilded Age
  16. 16. This person became President after Garfield was killed and began the Civil Service Commission
  17. 17. Chester A. Arthur
  18. 18. DAILY DOUBLE Person who bought votes, took payoffs, bribed others & gave jobs and loans to supporters
  19. 19. Political boss
  20. 20. Charles Guiteau shot this person because he didn’t give Guiteau a job
  21. 21. President James Garfield
  22. 22. Began in 1869; was organized to pass an amendment to give women the right to vote
  23. 23. National Women’s Suffrage Association
  24. 24. Organization that fought to ban alcohol because of the negative affect it had on the family and because women were banned form bars
  25. 25. Women’s Christian Temperance Union
  26. 26. He started the Wisconsin Idea and helped reform voting through primaries, referendums, initiatives, and recall
  27. 27. Robert Lafollette
  28. 28. Exposed meatpacking plants through The Jungle
  29. 29. Upton Sinclair
  30. 30. Broke up trusts, supported the graduated income tax, supported an 8 hour work day for government employees, against child labor
  31. 31. President William H. Taft
  32. 32. This President's plan was call the “New Freedom” plan
  33. 33. President Woodrow Wilson
  34. 34. The President lost public support when he raised tariffs and fired a Forest Service Official for selling wilderness land
  35. 35. President William H. Taft
  36. 36. “Trustbuster”
  37. 37. President Theodore Roosevelt
  38. 38. Federal Trade Commission & Federal Reserve Act
  39. 39. President Woodrow Wilson
  40. 40. Gave women the right to vote
  41. 41. 19th Amendment
  42. 42. Person who exposed corruption and other problems, usually through journalism
  43. 43. Muckraker
  44. 44. Agreement made to limit Japanese immigration into United States
  45. 45. Gentlemen’s Agreement
  46. 46. DAILY DOUBLE Amendment that allowed direct election of Senators
  47. 47. 17th Amendment
  48. 48. Amendment that banned the sale, transportation, and making of alcohol.
  49. 49. 18 th Amendment
  50. 50. Two reformers for African American rights: 1. supported actively fighting for equality 2. supported patience and learning a trade for equality
  51. 51. 1. W.E.B. Dubois 2. Booker T. Washington
  52. 52. Final Jeopardy Name all three Progressive Presidents in chronological order. (first and last name)

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