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When two parties are required to reach a settlement like what happened between the coal miner owners and coal mine workers in 1903

arbitration

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He required the coal mine owners and coal mine workers to arbitrate their differences in 1903

Theodore Roosevelt

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Theodore Roosevelt believed that this industry was putting private interests at the forefront rather than the good of the nation

Coal Industry

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He wanted to help honest big business while busting dishonest big business.

Theodore Roosevelt

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Theodore Roosevelt used his trust busting "Big Stick" on this company.

Northern Securities Company

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Theodore Roosevelt's trust busting strategy was called this.

Square Deal

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Theodore Roosevelt's economic reform program was called this.

New Nationalism

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This was tariff was to reduce substantially import tariffs

Underwood Tariff

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He created many new National Parks and National Monuments as a conservationist president.

Theodore Roosevelt

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In 1912, Theodore Roosevelt would lead this new political party.

Progressive Party

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Another name for the 1912 Progressive Party

Bull Moose Party

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He was Theodore Roosevelt's hand picked successor in 1908

William Howard Taft

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In 1911, He files suit against US Steel to prove his position as a progressive politician.

William Howard Taft

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This government agency investigated child labor abuse.

Children's Bureau

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Immediately after Taft's election, his old ______ ways became apparent.

conservative

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He would privatize Alaska's forest resources against Gifford Pinchot's wishes.

Richard Balenger

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Taft would fire the head of the Forest Service ________ because he was insubordinate to Taft's wishes.

Gifford Pinchot

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Taft's signing of the _______ tariff increases the taxes on import and begins many arguments with progressives in the Republican Party

Payne-Aldrich Tariff

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He was the ultra-conservative leader of the House of Representatives in 1908

Joe Cannon

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He went to Africa and then Europe only to return to the US for the 1912 election running as a progressive Bull Moose candidate.

Theodore Roosevelt

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He was born in Virginia but grew up in Georgia and then worked at Princeton University before being elected President in 1912.

Woodrow Wilson

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He was a progressive Democrat

Woodrow Wilson

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Woodrow Wilson's monetary policy included making a _______.

Federal Reserve System

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Wilson's economic program of destroying all monopolies good or bad so that the market will be truly competitive was called

New Freedom

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These people were investigative reporters who exposed the bad in society.

Muckrakers

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Upton Sinclair's muckraking novel about the meat packing industry was called ____

The Jungle

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Jacob Riis' muckraking expose' on local city government corruption was called _____

Shame of the Cities

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Ida Tarbell's investigative report was concerning this company.

Standard Oil

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The council/mayor systems were filled with the old corrupt ______ in city government.

political machines

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This city government plan used experts elected to government positions.

Commission System

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This city government plan had the elected politicians hire an expert to run the operations of the city.

City manager plan

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These laws were passed by local cities to clean up and scientifically control building with in their boundaries.

zoning laws

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He was a progressive governor that cleaned up Wisconsin's government.

Robert La Follette

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This allowed citizens to introduce new laws in state legislatures.

Initiative

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This allowed voters to approve state laws by voting

referendum

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This allowed voters to remove state officials through a special election.

recall

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The Jungle by Upton Sinclair directly lead to this federal law.

Meat Inspection Act

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This federal law required proper labeling on groceries and medicines

Pure Food and Drug Act

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This was to reduce the power of the Robber Barons by controlling the money supply.

Federal Reserve Act

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This led to direct income taxes.

16th Amendment

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This was the outlawing the manufacturing, sale, and transportation of alchol

Prohibition

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The theory of using but not abusing the natural environment advocated by Theodore Roosevelt

Conservationism

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The theory no human interference with the natural world like John Muir

Preservationism

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This law was primarily to conserve water resources in western states.

Newland's Reclamation Act

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Theodore Roosevelt appoints this progressive the leader of the Forest Service.

Gifford Pinchot

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This government agency was established by progressives to monitor the behavior of big business

Federal Trade Commission

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Women's suffrage became the law of the land with the _____

19th Amendment

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She helped establish the National Woman's party

Alice Paul

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This was the first territory to allow women voting.

Wyoming Territory

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______ and _______ were the two most important African Americans in the late 1800s and early 1900s.

W.E.B. DuBois and Booker T. Washington

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He wanted immediate social and political equality for African Americans

W.E.B. DuBois

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He emphasized equal economic opportunity for the races in his Atlanta Compromise

Booker T. Washington

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He helped establish the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) at Niagara in 1909.

W.E.B. DuBois

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Booker T. Washington established this all African American industrial school in Alabama in the 1880s.

Tuskegee Institute

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John Muir accompanied Theodore Roosevelt on a tour of this National Park in 1903

Yosemite

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This federal law regulated railroad rates in 1906.

Hepburn Act

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He was the first president to stand up the big business owners rather than cave into the money interests

Theodore Roosevelt

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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.

17th Amendement

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This fire in 1922 in New York City led to a call for local health and safety codes for businesses.

Triangle Shirtwaist Company Fire

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Which amendment does this protester hope will pass in Congress?

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19th Amendment

Womens' Suffrage

Womens' Voting Rights

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This graphic bests shows Theodore Roosevelt as a _____

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Conservationist reformer

protecting national parks and monuments

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The graphic below can best be entitled ______ of the Wilson's Administration

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Federal Reserve Act

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What would be an appropriate caption to this graphic?

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Theodore Roosevelt's reaction to Upton Sinclair

The cause that led to the passage of the Meat Inspection Act