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Chapter 9 Test
THE PROGRESSIVE ERA
Reform movement that
sought to return control
of the government to the
people
Progressivism
President of the United
States who was a former
president of Princeton
University and Governor
of New Jersey
Woodrow Wilson
An advocate for
improving the lives of
women and children
Florence Kelly
Muckraking journalist
who exposed the terrible
conditions of the
meatpacking industry
Upton Sinclair
The movement to protect
America’s natural
resources
Conservation
The term used to
describe the progressive
reforms of President
Theodore Roosevelt
Square Deal
Watchdog agency given
the power to stop unfair
business practices
Federal Trade
Commission
President whose actions
split the Republican
party after he angered
both progressives and
conservationists
William H. Taft
A plan that reformed
how American banks
were organized
Federal Reserve System
A leader of the woman
suffrage movement
Susan B. Anthony
What are three goals of
Progressivism?
•Protecting social welfare
•Creating economic reform
•Fostering efficiency in the
workplace
What were muckrakers?
Journalists
What is an initiative?
A bill that originates
from the people rather
than legislators
In the mid-1800s, the
majority of women who
held jobs worked as…
servants
Name three famous
suffragettes.
•Elizabeth Cady Stanton
•Susan B. Anthony
•Carrie Chapman Catt
Who wrote The Jungle,
and what did it expose?
•Upton Sinclair
•It exposed the
unsanitary conditions in
the meat-packing
industry
Who was the first person
to use the presidency as a
“bully pulpit”?
Theodore Roosevelt
What law required
truthful labels?
Pure Food and Drug Act
What was the primary
goal of the National
Association for the
Advancement of Colored
People (NAACP)?
Equality among the races
Who were the reform
candidates in the election
of 1912?
•Eugene V. Debs
•Theodore Roosevelt
•Woodrow Wilson
Essay
Which groups benefited
from the reforms in the
Progressive Era? Which
groups did not benefit?
Explain
•Average citizens
•Women
•Children
•African Americans
Essay
What kind of lives do you think the boys
in the photograph have? Explain.
Essay
What are some of the abuses
and problems at the turn of
th
the 20 century that
progressive reformers sought
to address? What techniques
did reformers use to influence
public opinion?
• End the use or abuse of
alcohol
• Hunger among poor people
• Child labor
• Improving lives of working
families

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