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“Captains of industry” vs. “robber barons” (16) Robber barons - a derogatory term applied to wealthy & powerful businessmen Captain of industry - was a business leader whose means of amassing a personal fortune contributes positively to the country in some way.
U.S. Steel Corporation (16)
Andrew Carnegie (16) established a vertically integrated steel company. one that controlled every phase of business from raw materials to transportation. 1890s he dominated the steel industry Homestead Pennsylvania were the most technology advanced in the world
How the Other Half Lives (16)
Dawes Act (1887)(16) attacked tribalism. it broke up land of nearly every tribe in to small parcels. land auctioned off to indian families, the rest to whites. whites benefited the most.
Battle of Little Bighorn (16)
Lochner v. New York (16)
1877 Railroad Strike (Great Upheaval) (16)
Knights of Labor (16)
Social Gospel (16)
Haymarket Affair (16)
Knights of Labor (16)
Social Darwinism (16)
Coxey’s Army (17)
Eugene V. Debs (17)
Plessy v. Ferguson (17)
Ida B. Wells (17)
National American Woman Suffrage Association (17)
Alfred T. Mahan (17)
U.S.S. Maine (17)
Emilio Aquinaldo (17)
Anti-Imperialist League (17)
Populist Platform of 1892 (Appendix 24) (17)
Booker T. Washington’s Atlanta Cotton Exposition speech (17)
Platt Amendment (17)
Triangle Shirtwaist Company fire (18)
Muckrakers (18)
Frederick W. Taylor (18)
IWW (18)
Heterodoxy (18)
Robert M. La Follette (18)
Settlement house (18)
“New Feminism” (18)
National American Woman Suffrage Association (18)
Margaret Sanger (18)
“Maternalist” reforms (18)
Muller vs. Oregon (1908) (18)
New Nationalism vs. New Freedom (18)
Federal Reserve System (18)
Pure Food & Drug Act (18)
Roosevelt Corollary
Open Door
Jeannette Rankin
National Women’s Party
Birth of a Nation
W.E.B. Du Bois
National Origins Act of 1924 (Immigration Act)
Chinese Exclusion Act (1882)
“Simple and pure” unionism
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