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Progressivism-Ch. 21

Chapter 21 questions and answers over progressivism.

QuestionAnswer
A luster of movements for various forms of social change-some of them contradictory, what was this which occurred during the twentieth century? Progressivism.
Who opposed corruption and inefficiency in government, monopoly power among corporations, and wayward behavior among immigrants and others? Progressives.
Artists whom were individualists, yet supported political and social reform, and were caught up in the progressive movement. What were these artists of? Ashcan School.
A term used for progressive investigative journalists who exposed the seamy side of American life, "raking up the muck," which is this term? Mucracker.
What was a militant labor organization, which advocated "abolition of the wage system" and called for a single union of all workers, regardless of trade or skill level? Industrial Workers of the World (I W W).
What year was the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) founded? 1905.
Who were the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) inspired by? European anarchists.
When was the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) repressed? During and after World War 1.
What is the right of woman to vote, ensured by the passage and ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment? Woman Suffrage.
What year had woman suffrage occurred? 1920.
Uniting the National Woman Suffrage Association and the American Woman Suffrage Association. This became the League of Woman Voters, what organization is this? National American Woman Suffrage Association (N A W S A).
Which Amendment granted woman the right to vote in 1920? The Nineteenth Amendment.
An arbitrated settlement between workers and an employed, but more generally employed as a goal to promote fair business practices and to punish "bad" corporations that used their economic clout unfairly. What does this information describe? Square Deal.
Who was the Square Deal phrase employed by and during what year? President Theodore Roosevelt, the year 1904.
What was a Federal legislation that gave the Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC) sufficient power to inspect railroad companies' records, set maximum rates, and outlaw free passes? Hepburn Act.
What year was the Hepburn Act passed? 1906.
What is the efficient management and use of natural resources, such as forests, grasslands, and rivers called? Conservation.
Which policy proposed it would restore competition by breaking up the trusts and punishing corporations that violated rules of business conduct? New Freedom.
Who used the "New Freedom" as their term during the 1912 presidential campaign? Democratic candidate Woodrow Wilson.
What is a national interracial organization that promoted the rights of African American? National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (N A A C P).
What year was the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) founded? 1909.
Encouraged an expansion of federal power to regulate big business and enact legislation to promote social justice, what was this? New Nationalism.
During which election and which president had encouraged the New Nationalism? The election of 1912, progressive candidate Theodore Roosevelt's.
Which reform law during 1913 had lowered tariff rates and levied the first regular federal income tax? Underwood Tariff.
What 1913 law established a Federal Reserve Board which controlled the rediscount rate and thus the money supply? Federal Reserve Act.
Specifically what act in 1913 helped regulate the national banking system? The Federal Reserve Act.
What was a legislation that had strengthened antitrust laws? Clayton Antitrust Act.
What year was the Clayton Antitrust Act passed? 1914.
This movement happened to be a response by W.E.B. Du Bois and other blacks, opposition to Booker T. Washington. A political program to achieve equal opportunity, equal justice and an end to segregation that led to the found of the NAACP. Niagara Movement.
The year of the Niagara Movement was? 1905.
Created by: Crystal Lair