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What is progressivism? A cluster of of movements for various forms of social change.
What was the Aschan School? Artists in the early twentieth century.
What was the Clayton Antitrust Act? Legislation that strengthened anitrust laws.
What is conservation? The efficient management and use of natural resources.
What was the Federal Reserve Act? A 1913 law establishing a Federal Reserve Board.
What is the Hepburn Act? Federal legislation that gave the Interstate Commerce Commission power to inspect companies. Founded in 1906.
What were the IWW? A militant labor organization, founded in 1905 and inspired by European anarchists.
What were muckrakers? progressive investigative journalists who exposed the seamy side of American life.
What was NAWSA? The National American Woman Suffrage Association Democratic candidate
What was NAACP? The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
What is new freedom? Democratic candidate Woodrow Wilson's term in the 1912 presidential campaign.
What is new nationalism? Progressive candidate Theodore Roosevelt's term in the 1912 presidential election.
What was the Niagara movement? A response by W. E. Du Bois and other blacks, following a meeting in Niagara Falls in 1905.
What was the Square Deal? The phrase, initially employed by president Theodore Roosevelt in 1904.
What was the Underwood Tariff? A 1913 reform law that lowered tariff rates and levied the first regular federal income tax.
What was women suffrage? The right of women to vote, ensured by the passage and ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment in 1920
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