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Progressive Era

TermDefinition
19th Amendment Graduated Income Tax (more money you make the more you pay)
17th Amendment Direct Election of Senator
18th Amendment Prohibition (alcohol is illegal)
19th Amendment Woman's Sufferage (right to vote)
Mucrakers Investigative reporters who reviled the evil of society
Upton Sinclair " The jungle " (Pure Food Act , Meat Inspection Act)
Ida B. Wells Anti-Lynching
Lincon Steffens Urban Depression
W.E.D DuBois NAACP
Booker T. Washington Vocational Training
Susan B. Anthony Woman Sufferage (19th Amendment)
Francis Willard Woman's Temprance Movement (supported 18th Amendment)
Jane Addams Hull House , Social Gospel
Philanthropist A wealthy person who donates to the poor (Ex. Andrew Carnegie)
Andrew Carnegie Use his profits to donte to the poor (gospel of wealth)
Political Reforms To give the people the voice (power) in the government
Created by: masalazar0017