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Who helped form the Progressive, or Bull Moose, Party?
The Eighteenth Amendment to the Constitution provided for _____.
What was one problem that the woman suffrage movement continued to face after 1890?
The Nineteenth Amendment to the Constitution provided for _____.
The most influential educator of the Progressive Era was _____.
The most prominent American socialist during the Progressive Era was _____.
Progressive reformers of the cities believed that ________ were needed to solve problems and enact real change.
To progressives, the commissions they championed offered a way to _____.
The most famous reform governor of the Progressive Era was _____.
Theodore Roosevelt angered southerners by _____.
The Supreme Court's decision in the Northern Securities case _____.
During the great coal strike of 1902, President Theodore Roosevelt _____.
Upton Sinclair's novel, The Jungle, led to passage of the _____.
Compared to Roosevelt, William Howard Taft _____.
Before becoming president, William Howard Taft's greatest strength was _____.
Dividing the Republican party early in William Howard Taft's administration was _____.
President Taft alienated progressive Republicans by _____.
Woodrow Wilson's New Freedom called for _____.
In 1912, Roosevelt's New Nationalism _____.
Woodrow Wilson won the election of 1912 as a _____.
The most important domestic law passed during Wilson's administration was the _____.
Woodrow Wilson's record on race relations _____.
In the final analysis, Wilson's domestic programs indicated _____.
The "bully pulpit" reflected what use of presidential power?
Why were many professionals attracted to the progressive movement?
How did the growing trend of national associations impact professionals in the early years of the 1900s?
How did social reform during the early 1900s differ from reforms of previous eras?
What did some people in the business community find attractive about progressivism?
How did the National American Woman Suffrage Association differ from prior organizations?
How did progressive attitudes affect the size of government?
Why did voting decline during the progressive era?
How did city governments become more like businesses during the early 1900s?
Why did Theodore Roosevelt call Robert La Follette's Wisconsin "the laboratory of democracy"?
In what way did Theodore Roosevelt embody the concept of pragmatism?
In his negotiations to pass the Hepburn Act of 1906, what did Roosevelt reveal about his political strategy?
How did consumers respond to Upton Sinclair's novel The Jungle?
In what way can Theodore Roosevelt be considered one of the country's first conservationist presidents?
Which of these best describe the relationship between Theodore Roosevelt and William Howard Taft?
Why did disputes erupt among the Republican Party when Taft took office?
In what way was Taft more of a conservationist than Roosevelt?
Which of these describe Roosevelt's second term in office?
Why was the passage of Federal Reserve Act during Woodrow Wilson's presidency considered to be crucial?
Which of these was NOT true of the Progressives?
The Socialist party of America was characterized by all of the following EXCEPT _____.
Which of these best describe Roosevelt's attitude towards African Americans?
How did Theodore Roosevelt distinguish a "good" trust from a "bad" trust?
Which of the following individuals assumed the least progressive position regarding race relations in the early 1900s?
What is ironic about Wilson's program in his second term in office?