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Progressivism

Chapter 21

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What was an effort to control and regulate big businesses? Progressivism
What term of honor meant journalists who focused on exposing corruption? Muckraker
What was an artistic type that supported reform, politically and socially, and was involved with the progressive movement? Ashcan School
What new union was open about being anticapitalist? Industrial Workers of the World (IWW)
What did women not getting the right to vote result in? Women's Suffrage
What was the result of the merge between the NWSA and AWSA? National American Woman Suffrage Association (NAWSA)
What was President Roosevelt's domestic program that illustrated the spirit of progressiveness? Square Deal
What gave the ICC more power by strengthening its power over the railroads? Hepburn Act
What was important to Roosevelt and a major achievement of his as president? Conservation
What social legislation comprehensive program did Roosevelt come out with? New Nationalism
What policy was proposed to punish corporations in order for competition to be restored? New Freedom
What lowered tariff rates and granted personal income tax? Underwood Tariff
What created a central banking system after the Bank of the United States was destroyed? Federal Reserve Act
What made some business practices illegal? Clayton Antitrust Act
What groups leaders wanted equality and drafted a political program after a meeting at Niagara Falls? Niagara Movement
What group advocated for an end to racism and whose leaders were mostly white? National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
What amendment allowed the federal income tax? Sixteenth Amendment
Which amendment gave women the right to vote in 1920? Nineteenth Amendment
What act didn't allow for products with false labels to be sold? Pure Food and Drug Act
What made the selling of inherited Indian allotments easier? Dead Indian Land Act
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