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Progressive Era

A political party that revolves around Theodore Roosevelt's beliefs. Bull Moose Party
President Roosevelt's plan to treat every American fairly. Square Deal
The movement, supported by Theodore Roosevelt, that the environment should be conserved. Conservation Movement
The 26th president, and 25th vice president, who was one of the great leaders of the progressive era. Theodore Roosevelt
People who supported the progressive era. Progressives
A movement that fought for women's rights during the progressive era to vote. Women's suffrage Movement
This amendment was ratified in 1920 and gave women the right to vote. 19th Amendment
The amendment that was created in 1913 that allowed for people to be able to cast a direct vote for senator. 17th Amendment
The amendment that was ratified in 1913 that allowed for congress to levy federal tax incomes. 16th Amendment
The separation of races. Segregation
A supreme court decision that was made in 1896, which stated that racial segregation was constitutionally correct. Plessy vs Ferguson
A part of the political reform that allowed for citizens to vote on a law that is proposed by state legislature. Referendum
The process, where progressive leaders work to break up monopolies. Trustbusting
When someone is killed by a mob for a crime they may or may not have committed. This is similar to hanging, however this form is illegal. Lynching
Stands for National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Which is a program that ensures the equality of rights for all people. NAACP
Another part of American political reform that allowed for citizens to propose laws and to vote on them. Initiative
A novel written by Upton Sinclair, in which he wrote to call out the meat industry. The Jungle
Journalists in the progressive era who exposed problems in American society, and urged people to come up with solutions. Overall, they ignited the progressive movement. Muckrakers
This was added to the constitution in 1912, when the people were given the right to "get rid" of a politician in office. Recall
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