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The Origins of Progressivism pages 306 - 337 by Mind Map: The Origins of Progressivism pages
306 - 337
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The Origins of Progressivism pages 306 - 337

Four Goals of Progressivism

Promote Social Welfare

Florence Kelly

Promoting Moral Improvement

Prohibition

Creating economic reform

Muckrakers

Fostering efficiency

Scientific Management

Cleaning up local government

Reform Mayors

Reform at the State Level

Reform Governors

Protecting Working Children

Efforts to limit working hours

Reform elections

Initiative

referendum

Recall election

Direct Election of Senators

Women in the work force

Farm Women

Women in industry

Women Lead Reform

Women in higher education

Women and reform

Susan B. Anthony

Suffrage, Three Part Strategy

Bader's Groups

A Rough-Riding President

Square Deal

The Square Deal was President Theodore Roosevelt's domestic program formed upon three basic ideas: conservation of natural resources, control of corporations, and consumer protection. Thus, it aimed at helping middle class citizens and involved attacking plutocracy and bad trusts while at the same time protecting business from the most extreme demands of organized labor. In contrast to his conservative predecessor William McKinley, Roosevelt was a liberal Republican who believed in government action to mitigate social evils, and as president denounced “the representatives of predatory wealth” as guilty of “all forms of iniquity from the oppression of wage workers to defrauding the public.” President Theodore Roosevelt abandoned long-standing legal principles in favor of arbitrarily weighing strikers' demands equally to property rights of owners. In the coal miner's strike of 1902 he treated the United Mine Workers representatives and company bosses as equals; this approach...

Using Federal Power

Trustbusting

1902 Coal Strike

Railroad Regulation

Health and the environment

Regulating Food and Drugs

Meat Inspection Act

Pure Food and Drug Act

Conservation Measures

Roosevelt and Civil Rights

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, usually abbreviated as NAACP, is an African-American civil rights organization in the United States, formed in 1909. Its mission is "to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate racial hatred and racial discrimination". Its name, retained in accordance with tradition, uses the once common term colored people. The NAACP bestows the annual Image Awards for achievement in the arts and entertainment, and the annual Spingarn Medals for outstanding positive achievement of any kind, on deserving African Americans. It has its headquarters in Baltimore, Maryland. The NAACP's headquarters are in Baltimore, Maryland, with additional regional offices in California, New York, Michigan, Colorado, Georgia, Texas and Maryland. Each regional office is responsible for coordinating the efforts of state conferences in the states included in that region. Local, youth, and...

Muckrakers

Upton Sinclair

Wilson Wins Financial Reforms

Federal Income Tax

Tariffs

A telecommunications tariff is an open contract between a telecommunications service provider and the public, filed with a regulating body such as a Public Utilities Commission. Such tariffs outline the terms and conditions of providing telecommunications service to the public including rates, fees, and charges. At a minimum, tariffs imposed must cover the cost of providing the service to the consumer. The consumer may be the final user or an intermediary such as a service provider. Obviously, if a telecommunications operator cannot recover its costs, it will make a loss and the company will go bankrupt. Tariffs must also be used to cover maintenance, additional research and other indirect costs associated with providing the service. However, telecommunications service providers must be careful not to over-price each service, as prices have a direct influence on demand for that service (see supply and demand). Such an operator must constantly balance the need to provide cheaper...

Women win Suffrage

Catt and the National Movement

The Limits of Progressivism

Wilson and Civil Rights

The Twilight of Progressiveism

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