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Progressive Era

Mr.C Progressive era study guide

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15th Amendment All men can vote no matter race or ethnicity. 1870
16th Amendment Federal Income Tax 1913
17th Amendment Direct Election of US Senators 1913
18th Amendment Prohibition of Alcohol 1919
19th Amendment Women's Suffrage. All women can vote in the USA 1920
Muckrakers Describes progressive journalists who wrote about corruption in business and government. ex. Upton Sinclair, the jungle
Progressivism A movement to reform and free the government from big business and corruption
NAACP National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
Square Deal The government will limit the control of Big Business. ex PA coal strike
World War One Causes Caused by the assassination of Archduke Francis Ferdinand June 28, 1914 Militarism Alliances
World War One South Carolina's Impact South Carolina will sell land to help build military bases. 65,000 South Carolinian's serve in the war.
League of Nations President Woodrow Wilson created the idea to establish a alliance of several countries that would help promote world peace.
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