Apush - Chapter 28

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Created Mar 16, 2010
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"Progressives"
 
the new crusaders, waged war on evils like monopolies, corruption, inefficiency, and social...
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Henry Demarest Lloyd
 
assailed the Standard Oil Company in his book Wealth Against the Commonwealth. 
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Jacob A. Riis
 
wrote How the Other Half lives; about the dark and dirty slums of New York. 
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Muckrakers
 
popular magazines; they exposed the corruption and scandal that the public loved to hate. 
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Lincoln Steffens 
 
launched a series of articles in McClures titled The Shame of the Cities, it unmasked...
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Ida M. Tarbell
 
published a devastating depiction of the Standard Oil Company . 
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David G. Phillips
 
published The Treason of the Senatae in Cosmopolitan charged 75 or 90 senators which...
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Ray Stannard
 
wrote Following the Color line;about the suppression of America's blacks
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John Spargo 
 
wrote of the abuses of child labor; in The Bitter Cry of the Children 
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initiative 
 
voters could directly propose legislation themselves
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referendum
 
would place laws on ballots for final approval by the people
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recall
 
would enable voters to remove faithless corrupt officials. 
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17th Amendment
 
passed 1913; established direct election of senators. 
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Robert M. La Follette
 
took considerable control from the corrupt corporations and returned it to the people
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Hiram W. Johnson
 
governor of CA; helped to break the dominant grip of the Southern Pacific Railroad on CA politics...
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settlement house movement
 
exposed middle-class women to poverty, political corruption, and intolerable working and living...
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Women's Trade Union League 
 
female activists worked through
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National Consumers Leage 
 
female activists worked through; mobilized female consumers to pressure for laws safeguarding...
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"Square Deal"
 
progressive program (3 parts) enacted by Roosevelt
1. control of the corporations
2....
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Department of Commerce
 
1903; created to limit the increasing hostilities between capital and labor
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Elkins Act
 
1903; allowed for heavy fines to be placed on railroads that gave rebates and on the shippers...


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