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Progressive Movement

The National Grange was formed to help ______. farmers
The gold standard was used to back ____. paper money
Suffrage is the right to _______. vote
Muckrakers were ________. journalists
Conservation is the protection of ___________. natural resources
President Roosevelt was called a trustbuster because he ____________. attacked harmful trusts
The Supreme Court ruled in favor of ___________ in the case Wabash v. Illinois . the railroads
This cartoonist showed that Boss Tweed was stealing from the government. Thomas Nast
This person started the Hull House in Chicago to help the urban poor. Jane Addams
This congressman running for president in 1896 gave the famous “Cross of Gold” speech. William Jennings Bryan
This law reformed the civil service in 1883. Pendleton Act
This person wrote The Jungle , which exposed the unsanitary conditions in the meatpacking industry. Upton Sinclair
This gave women the right to vote in 1920. 19th Amendment
One of the main reasons the Populist party was formed was to help __________. farmers
Another name for Teddy Roosevelt’s Progressive party was the __________. Bull Moose party
She was one of the leaders of the women’s suffrage movement and she was arrested for voting. Susan B. Anthony
This Democratic president worked with Congress to get the Clayton Antitrust Act in 1914. Woodrow Wilson
This president promised a “Square Deal,” and started conservation programs. Theodore Roosevelt
This Republican president offended progressive Republicans, which led his party splitting into two wings and costing him the 1912 election. William Howard Taft
This president’s program was called the New Freedom and he led from 1913-1921. Woodrow Wilson
Created by: david.frost