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Ushist Ch 3 Review

UShist Ch 3 Test Review, part 2

TermDefinition
Federal Reserve Act gave government more control over nations money supply Modern banking system
Muckracker Journalist that fueled the demand for reform.
Pure Food and Drug Act banned sale of impure foods and medicine
Trust Businesses gained control of industries
Meat Inspection Act investigation into food was done after Roosevelt read The Jungle
Taft A president who supported the break up of Trusts
Clayton Anti-Trust Act in effect when Wilson was president
Roosevelt "Square Deal" wanted to break up trusts and was anti-segregation
16th Amendment Federal Income Tax
17th Amendment Voters elect Senators
18th Amendment Prohibition: banned alcohol
19th Amendment Women's right to vote also called sufferage
1912 Election Winner Wilson
Created by: Freshmensphs