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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

32

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

zoning laws

33

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

Robert La Follette

34

This allowed citizens to introduce new laws in state legislatures.

Initiative

35

This allowed voters to approve state laws by voting

referendum

36

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

recall

37

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

Meat Inspection Act

38

This federal law required proper labeling on groceries and medicines

Pure Food and Drug Act

39

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

Federal Reserve Act

40

This led to direct income taxes.

16th Amendment

41

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

Prohibition

42

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

Conservationism

43

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

Preservationism

44

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

Newland's Reclamation Act

45

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

Gifford Pinchot

46

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

Federal Trade Commission

47

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

19th Amendment

48

She helped establish the National Woman's party

Alice Paul

49

This was the first territory to allow women voting.

Wyoming Territory

50

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

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

51

He wanted immediate social and political equality for African Americans

W.E.B. DuBois

52

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

Booker T. Washington

53

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

W.E.B. DuBois

54

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

Tuskegee Institute

55

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

Yosemite

56

This federal law regulated railroad rates in 1906.

Hepburn Act

57

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

Theodore Roosevelt

58

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

59

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

Triangle Shirtwaist Company Fire

60

Which amendment does this protester hope will pass in Congress?

19th Amendment

Womens' Suffrage

Womens' Voting Rights