When two parties are required to reach a settlement like what happened between the coal miner owners and coal mine workers in 1903
He required the coal mine owners and coal mine workers to arbitrate their differences in 1903
Theodore Roosevelt believed that this industry was putting private interests at the forefront rather than the good of the nation
He wanted to help honest big business while busting dishonest big business.
Theodore Roosevelt used his trust busting "Big Stick" on this company.
Northern Securities Company
Theodore Roosevelt's trust busting strategy was called this.
Theodore Roosevelt's economic reform program was called this.
This was tariff was to reduce substantially import tariffs
He created many new National Parks and National Monuments as a conservationist president.
In 1912, Theodore Roosevelt would lead this new political party.
Another name for the 1912 Progressive Party
Bull Moose Party
He was Theodore Roosevelt's hand picked successor in 1908
William Howard Taft
In 1911, He files suit against US Steel to prove his position as a progressive politician.
William Howard Taft
This government agency investigated child labor abuse.
Immediately after Taft's election, his old ______ ways became apparent.
He would privatize Alaska's forest resources against Gifford Pinchot's wishes.
Taft would fire the head of the Forest Service ________ because he was insubordinate to Taft's wishes.
Taft's signing of the _______ tariff increases the taxes on import and begins many arguments with progressives in the Republican Party
He was the ultra-conservative leader of the House of Representatives in 1908
He went to Africa and then Europe only to return to the US for the 1912 election running as a progressive Bull Moose candidate.
He was born in Virginia but grew up in Georgia and then worked at Princeton University before being elected President in 1912.
He was a progressive Democrat
Woodrow Wilson's monetary policy included making a _______.
Federal Reserve System
Wilson's economic program of destroying all monopolies good or bad so that the market will be truly competitive was called
These people were investigative reporters who exposed the bad in society.
Upton Sinclair's muckraking novel about the meat packing industry was called ____
Jacob Riis' muckraking expose' on local city government corruption was called _____
Shame of the Cities
Ida Tarbell's investigative report was concerning this company.
The council/mayor systems were filled with the old corrupt ______ in city government.
This city government plan used experts elected to government positions.
This city government plan had the elected politicians hire an expert to run the operations of the city.
City manager plan
These laws were passed by local cities to clean up and scientifically control building with in their boundaries.
He was a progressive governor that cleaned up Wisconsin's government.
Robert La Follette
This allowed citizens to introduce new laws in state legislatures.
This allowed voters to approve state laws by voting
This allowed voters to remove state officials through a special election.
The Jungle by Upton Sinclair directly lead to this federal law.
Meat Inspection Act
This federal law required proper labeling on groceries and medicines
Pure Food and Drug Act
This was to reduce the power of the Robber Barons by controlling the money supply.
Federal Reserve Act
This led to direct income taxes.
This was the outlawing the manufacturing, sale, and transportation of alchol
The theory of using but not abusing the natural environment advocated by Theodore Roosevelt
The theory no human interference with the natural world like John Muir
This law was primarily to conserve water resources in western states.
Newland's Reclamation Act
Theodore Roosevelt appoints this progressive the leader of the Forest Service.
This government agency was established by progressives to monitor the behavior of big business
Federal Trade Commission
Women's suffrage became the law of the land with the _____
She helped establish the National Woman's party
This was the first territory to allow women voting.
______ and _______ were the two most important African Americans in the late 1800s and early 1900s.
W.E.B. DuBois and Booker T. Washington
He wanted immediate social and political equality for African Americans
He emphasized equal economic opportunity for the races in his Atlanta Compromise
Booker T. Washington
He helped establish the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) at Niagara in 1909.
Booker T. Washington established this all African American industrial school in Alabama in the 1880s.
John Muir accompanied Theodore Roosevelt on a tour of this National Park in 1903
This federal law regulated railroad rates in 1906.
He was the first president to stand up the big business owners rather than cave into the money interests
This allowed for the direct election of senators rather than allowing the state senates to choose senators thus breaking the money influence for the choice of US senators.
This fire in 1922 in New York City led to a call for local health and safety codes for businesses.
Triangle Shirtwaist Company Fire
Which amendment does this protester hope will pass in Congress?
Womens' Voting Rights
This graphic bests shows Theodore Roosevelt as a _____
protecting national parks and monuments
The graphic below can best be entitled ______ of the Wilson's Administration
Federal Reserve Act
What would be an appropriate caption to this graphic?
Theodore Roosevelt's reaction to Upton Sinclair
The cause that led to the passage of the Meat Inspection Act