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Fredrick w Taylor

Scientific analysis of human activity offered solution to waste and inefficiency, could solve social ills

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Lochner v. New York

Struck down state law limiting the working hours of bakers

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Legal realism

Law should change with the times

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Pragmatism

Judged ideas by their consequences and denied the existence of absolute truths. William James

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Henry George

Wrote progress and poverty
Believed in single land tax

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Edward Bellamy

Wrote looking backward about American socialism

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Henry dearest Lloyd

Wrote wealth against commonwealth
Indictment of standard oil trust

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Eugene v debs

Led socialist party

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Walter Rauschenbush

Social gospel. Baptist cleric

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Lincoln Steffens

Wrote about shame of cities And Tweed days in saint Louis

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Ida m Tarbell

Attack to standard oil monopoly

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David Graham Phillips

Wrote about how money control the Senate

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William hard

Exposed industrial accidents and making steel and killing man and child labor

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Josephine Shaw Lowell

Founded New York consumers league

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Florence Kelly

Became powerful lobby for protective legislation for women and children

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Muller v. Oregon

Upheld Oregon law limiting the work day for women to 10 hours consumer league hired Boston lawyer Louis D Brandeis to defend Oregon law

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National women's trade Union league

Organized by women workers played a role in strikes trained working-class leaders

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Rose Schneiderman

Union organizer of New York garment workers

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Agnes Nestor

Lead Illinois glove workers identified there cause with the broader struggle for women's rights

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Alice Paul

Organized Miltant national women's party

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Carrie Chapman cat

Took over national American women's suffrage Association

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Charlotte Perkins Gilman

Advocated communal kitchens liberating women from homemaking

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Margaret Sanger

Birth control

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Charles J Bonaparte

Governor of Maryland got opposition to his bill for women's industries by suffragists objecting to the idea that women needed special care protection privileges

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Robert la follette

Governor of Wisconsin wanted to go back to the first principles of democracy go back to the people led reforms and railroad regulation and political reform

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John Patterson

National Paksh register company model for municipal reformers

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Urban liberalist

Advocate of active intervention by the state and uplifting the laboring masses of American cities

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Triangle shirt waist company

Led to laws dealing with fire hazards unsafe machines industrial homework and wages and hours for women and children there Chamin was Robert F Wagner

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Victor Berger

First socialist congressman

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Anti-saloon league

Fought for prohibition in many states

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Immigration restriction league

Led to end of open door policy

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Danbury hatters case

Supreme Court declared a boycott by hatters Union against antiunion DE Loewe and Company to be a conspiracy and restraint of trade under the Sherman act awarding triple damages to the company and signaling the vulnerability the trade unions to crushing antitrust suit

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Bill of grievances

Written by the American Federation of labor demanded that Congress grand union immunity from antitrust suits and injunctions

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D w Griffith

Made a film called birth of a nation was about moral struggle between rampaging blacks and chivalrous KKK

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Niagara movement

To encourage black pride by all possible means and uncompromising demand for full political and civil equality and above all the resolute denial that African-American ascends to inferiority is submissive under oppression and apologetic before

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National urban league

Led social welfare interracial including Ovington and William Lewis Bulkley

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Leon f czolgsz

Shot McKinley
Anarchist

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New lands reclamation act

Designated proceeds from public land sales for irrigation of arid regions expanded nations forest upgraded land management prosecuted violators of federal land laws

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United mine workers

Led by John Mitchell Pres. invited them to White House to talk with owners of mine

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Bureau of corporations

And power to investigate business practices and bolster Justice Department's capacity to mount antitrust suit

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Trans-Missouri decision

Supreme Court abandoned rule of reason holding now that actions that restrained or monopolized trade regardless of the public impact automatically violated the Sherman act

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Elkins act

Prohibited discriminatory rates that gave an unfair advantage to preferred or powerful customers

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Hepburn Railroad act

Empowered ICC To set max shipping rates and prescribed uniform method of bookkeeping

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Upton Sinclair

Wrote the jungle wrote about meat packing plants

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Pure food and drug act and Meese inspection act and food and drug administration

Passed by Roosevelt after Sinclair's novel

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Square deal

Roosevelt initial program target of federal government as new economic order when companies abused their corporation power government would intercede to assure ordinary Americans square deal

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Antitrust doctrine

Enforce competition seemed inadequate when economies tendency was toward industrial concentration

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Payne Aldrich tariff

Raised the Tariff. sheltered eastern industries from foreign competition

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Pinchot ballenger affair

Taft fires Pinchot after he accuses Ballenger of conspiring To transfer Alaskan public land to private syndicate

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Standard oil decision

Supreme Court reasserted rule of reason courts would distinguish between good and bad trusts George W Wickersham now made antitrust decisions

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New nationalism

Roosevelts new plan property had to be controlled to whatever degree public welfare required it

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New freedom

Wilson's program

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Underwood tariff of 1913

Lowered the rates targeted trust dominated industries expected it to spare competition and reduce prices

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Federal Reserve act

Gave banking system that was resistant to financial panic delegated financial function to 12 district reserve banks that would be controlled by their member banks

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Clayton antitrust act

Amended Sherman act definition of illegal practices was left flexible subject to the test of whether it lessened competition or created monopoly

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Seamens act

Eliminated age old abuses of sailors aboard ship

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Federal Farm loan act

Gave low interest Rural credit system