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WC4 test 11/16

a semi-organized trend in the early 20th century that sought to return the control of government to the people, restore economic opportunities for more people, and address injustices in american life. progressivism
how did the progressives of the early 20th century differ from the populists of the late 19th century the populist were middle to lower class people (mostly farmers) who wanted less centralized gov. while progressives were wealthy upper class people who wanted a more centralized government.
a movement that believed by improving the urban (city) community with service organizations one could relieve the problems of urban life. social welfare
these progressives argued that changing the personal behavior was the key to improving the lives of the poor moral reform
these progressives argued that many of the nations problems could be solved by ending the laissez faire (unregulated) big business practices. some even advocated a need for socialism. economic reform
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