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Chapter 8&9

The Progressive Movement, Socialism, and Populism

A prohibitionist who fought to outlaw alcohol. Would use a hatchet to smash saloons Carry A. Nation
A doctor who was played a major role in public health reform. Samuel Crumbine
Helped boost the automobile industry in Kansas. Walter Chrysler
Helped boost the airplane industry in Kansas. Helped make Wichita the air capital of the world. Clyde Cessna
Started the newspaper "Appeal to Reason" Julius Wayland
First female to run for the U.S. Senate. She ran as a socialist. Kate Richards O'Hare
A populist reformer. She claimed Wall Street controlled the U.S. Mary Elizabeth Lease
Wrote "What's the Matter with Kansas". William Allen White
First Populist U.S. Senator. William Peffer
A pastor who fought social injustices in his community. Charles Sheldon
The right or privilege to vote. Suffrage
To use alcohol in moderation or to completely quit using alcohol. Temperance
This idea was about building a better society Progressivism or the Progressive Movement.
The idea that government should take more control and distribute wealth to all classes. Socialism
The political movement that sought to represent farmers and laborers Populism
The major Socialist newspaper Appeal to Reason
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