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Patronage giving government hobs to people who helped a candidate get elected. "spoils system"
Pendleto Act eliminate patronage-reduce
Muckracker journalist who searches for and exposes corruption
17th amendment direct election of Senators instead of state legislators deciding
Progressivism Movement that would return control of the government to the people, end corruption, and correct injustices.
What was progressivism 4 main goals that were made to protect living and work conditions 1: protect social warfare(prohibit child labor, limit women's work hours) 2: Moral improvements(promote prohibition) 3:Create economic reform(criticize "big business") 4:faster efficiency (increase productivity-assembly lines)
women's suffrage right to vote
What did Theodore Roosevelt want to do for the people "square deal" protect common people from big business and corruption
Pure food and drug act stop the sale of contaminated foods, medicine, and truthful labels
Created by: natasha_ashford