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Nellie Bly disguised herself as a mental patient
Jacob Riis wrote How The Other Half Lives
William Mckinley assassinated 1901
John Muir Wisconsin-born preservationist
Upton Sinclair wrote The Jungle
Teddy Roosevelt First Modern President
Robert Lafollette Governor of Wisconsin
Gifford Pinchot Head of US Forest Service
Voters were allowed to directly propose laws
Meat Inspection Act protect the public from unsafe meat
Sherman Anti-Trust Act used to break up standard oil
Muckrakers journalists that fueled demand for reform
Pure Food and Drug Act banned sale of impure foods
Trusts a way to gain control of industries
Direct Primary democratic reform first seen in Wisconsin
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