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Progressive EOC Voca

US History STAAR EOC Progressive Era Vocab

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The ______ was passed to help regulate railroad rates which had been abusing their privileges and overcharging in the gilded age. Interstate Commerce Act
The _____was a third party primarily supported by farmers who were looking to have their voices heard (they also wanted to increase silver). Populist Party
The _____was passed in 1916 to protect wildlife and the outdoors. National Park Service
The two d’s of the progressive era are: ______which means giving citizens a greater voice in government. Direct Democracy
____was the woman who helped assimilate immigrants in settlement houses/hull houses. Jane Addams
The amendment that gave women the right to vote and also be able to influence government was the 19th Amendment
The group of people most responsible for the passing of the pure food and drug act and the meat inspection act were investigative journalists called ________. Muckrakers
________ wanted African Americans to focus on education and vocational skills and thought change would come gradually. Booker T Washington
_______ was a woman who advocated for women’s suffrage and equal RIGHTS FOR WOMEN. Susan B. Anthony.
____WAS A THEORY THAT “ONLY THE STRONG SURVIVE” BUT ALSO MEANT THAT THE LOWER CLASSES WERE NOT CAPABLE OF ECONOMIC SUCCESS. Social Darwinism
THE MAN WHO COFOUNDED THE NAACP, AN EARLY CIVIL RIGHTS GROUP WAS _____ WEB DuBois
THE PROGRESSIVE ERA SOUGHT MANY CHANGES FOR BUSINESSES AND WORKERS, BUT ONE MAJOR CHANGE WAS THAT ________WAS BANNED. Child Labor
THE POPULIST PARTY WAS A THIRD PARTY SUPPORTED BY ______ AND SUPPORTED THE REGULATION ON RAILROAD RATES FROM THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE ACT Farmers
THE ____WAS PASSED TO DISSOLVE MONOPOLIES AND OUTLAW MONOPOLISTIC BUSINESS PRACTICES. Sherman Anti-Trust Act
Upton Sinclair WROTE _____ WHICH EXPOSED THE MEATPACKING INDUSTRY. The Jungle
___________ WAS AN ADVOCATE FOR EQUALITY AND ALSO FOUGHT FOR ANTI-LYNCHING. Ida B Wells
MANY SOCIAL REFORMS WERE MADE DURING THE PROGRESSIVE ERA LIKE THE __________________ WHICH PROTECTED THE CONSUMER BY MAKING SURE THEIR MEAT WAS ACCEPTABLE TO EAT. Meat Inspection Act
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