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laws banning the manufacture, sale, and consumption of alcohol

Prohibition

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progressives campaigned against this emotional issue

Child Labor

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allowed a group of citizens in a state to introduce legislation and required the legislature to vote on it

Initiative

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journalists who investigated social conditions and political corruption

Muckrakers

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the right to vote

Suffrage

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Wisconsin became a model of political reform under the leadership of who?

Robert La Follette

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What did progressives think neede to play a more active role in solving society's problems?

the government

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Who formed the National Woman's Party an wanted to use protests to force President Wilson to take action on suffrage?

Alice Paul

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What divides a town or city into areas for commercial, residential, or other development

Zoning

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Progressivism was a series or responses to problems in society that emerged from the growth in what?

Industry

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Progressives wanted what kind of economic and market?

Laissez-Faire, and unregulated

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Who believed industrialization and urbanization had created many social problems?

progressives

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Progressives stemmed from what party?

Democrat and Republican Party

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Who had a strong faith in science and technology

Progressives

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Journalists who investigated social conditions and political curruption were called??

Muckrakers

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Who highlighted the plight of immigrants in the book "How the Other Half LIves"

Jacob Riis

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Who exposed curruption in urban political machines?

Lincoln Steffans

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What were the two proposals to reform city government by progressices?

1) Commission Plan, divided city into several departments 2)Council-Manager system

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What State became a model of progressive reform, and who was it led by?

Wisconsin, Robert M. La Follete

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La Follete pressured the state legislature to pass a law requiring parties to hold a what?

Direct Primary

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Progressives pushed for 3 reforms. What were they?

The Referendum, The initiative, and the Recall

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In 1913, what ammendment was added to the constitution that had the direct election of senators?

Seventeenth

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The suffrage movement was split into two groups. What was the New York based Group?

National Woman's Suffrage Association

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What was the Boston based group?

American Woman Suffrage Association

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By 1900 how many states had granted women voting rights?

Four

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Who left NAWSA and formed the National Woman's Party?

Alice Paul

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Who became NAWSA's leader in 1915?

Carrie Chapman Catt

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On August 26, 1920, what Amendment went into effect, that gave women voting rights?

Nineteenth

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What was the most emotional progressive issue was what?

Child Labor

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What were some labor laws that went into affect?

Workers Compensation Laws, Zoning Laws, and Building and Health Codes

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what was the concern that alcohol explained many of society's problems?

Temperence

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The Temperance movement later moved into what?

Prohibition