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All of the following were goals of the progressives except:
a) Ban Alcohol b) Promote the policies of laissez-faire economics c) Use the government as a tool for social reform d) Clean up corruption in government
Which activist believed that blacks should be patient and work blue-collar jobs
a) Marcus Garvey b) W.E.B. DuBois c) Booker T. Washington d) Malcolm X
Who believed the equality of blacks would only improve through education?
a) Malcolm X. b) W.E.B. DuBois c) Booker T. Washington d) Marcus Garvey
Women’s suffrage had to do with the right to:
a) vote b) Own Property c) Join the Union d) Earn Equal Pay
The following woman founded the Hull House in Chicago:
a) Lucy Stone b) Florence Kelly c) Jane Addams d) Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Democrat Woodrow Wilson won the presidency in 1912 because:
a) Roosevelt, who was popular, supported him. b) His opponent, Taft, pulled out of the election at the last minute. c) The republican president, Taft, was not well liked. d) Roosevelt ran, splitting the republican vote with Taft.
Which term is not associated with Theodore Roosevelt?
a) Bully Pulpit b) Conservationism c) New Freedom d) Trust Buster
Upton Sinclair’s book The Jungle inspired which of the following laws
a) Pure Food and Drug Act b) 18th Amendment c) The Clayton-Anti-Trust Act d) Both A. and B.
Which one of the following was passed in an effort to ban alcohol from American society:
a) 16th Amendment b) 17th Amendment c) 18th Amendment d) 19th Amendment
All of the following were successes of the Progressives except:
a) Restore competition to American Busines b) Increase racial equality for blacks c) Establish voting rights for women d) Expanded the role of the federal government
Eugene Debs was the leader of this political party in the USA in 1901.
a) Populists b) Socialist c) Republican d) Democrat
All of the following were progressive presidents except:
a) Woodrow Wilson b) Theodore Roosevelt c) William McKinley d) William Howard Taft
This state level reform allows voters to remove particular elected officials who do not perform satisfactorily.
a) Recall b) Initiative c) Arbitration d) Impeachment
The following amendment allowed citizens to directly elect their own senators:
a) 16th Amendment b) 17th Amendment c) 18th Amendment d) 19th Amendment
With the passage of the following progressive reform competition was restored to American society
a) Underwood Tariff b) Clayton Anti-Trust Act c) Hepburn Act d) All answers are correct
Robert LaFollette fought hardest for what?
a) End Child Labor b) Government Corruption and to promote honest government c) Spread Socialism d) End Monopolies
Upton Sinclair, Jacob Riis, and Lincoln Steffens were coined as what?
a) Muckrakers b) Suffragists c) Socialists d) Progressives
Progressives borrowed many ideas from what Gilded Age political party led by William Jennings Bryan?
a) Populist b) The Grange c) Socialist d) Laissez-Faire
The Bully Pulpit refers to what?
a) Roosevelt's Political Party b) The Tenaments Housings c) The Factories d) The White House
Journalists who exposed social economic evils were called this.
a) Progressives b) Paparazzi c) Populists d) Muckrakers
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