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Chapter 9

The Progressive Era

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Aimed for equality among the races
Prohibtion The banning of alcohol
Suffrage The right to vote
19th Amendment Granting women the right to vote
Published in 1906, this book by Upton Sinclair exposed the unsanitary conditions in the meat-packing industry? The Jungle
What was the primary goal of prohibitionists? They feared that alcohol was undermining American morals, and they wanted to clear that.
List and describe several of the strategies used by female suffragists to achieve their goal? - They tried convincing state legislators - Women pursued court cases - They pushed for a national constitution amendment
How did Teddy Roosevelt feel about the nations responsibility in terms of conservation? Roosevelt made conservation the primary concern because he felt it was so important.
What was the primary reason the sixteenth amendment was passed in 1913? The federal government had to replace the revenue that tariffs had previously supplied.
Why might a person tend to support the progressive movement? Because of the social activism and political reform
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