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Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Professor at Cambridge
Fireside/Schoolroom Poet
John Greenleaf Whittier
Journalist
Fireside/Schoolroom Poet
Oliver Wendell Holmes
Doctor
Proffesor at Harvard
Fireside/Schoolroom Poet
James Russell Lowell
U.S. Minister to Britain
Fireside/Schoolroom Poet
William Cullen Bryant
Lawyer
Editor of Saturady Evening Post
Founding Principle: U.S. born from a mistrust of governmental authority
Progressive Principle: Government should and could exert more power to insure justice and well-being
Founding Principle: Democratic government should be small and unobtrusive (laissez-faire)
Progressive Principle: Simple, inflexible government is ineffective in a complex industrial age
Founding Principle Government should interfere only to establish balance and then withdraw
Public power is needed to counteract ineffeciency, corruption, and exploitation
Issues of reform
civil service (Pendellton Act)
non-partisan elections
watch on expenditures
poverty relief
housing
tax reform
railroad regulation
local reform leaders
city commisions
progressive mayors
city commissions
government style
city manager/professional administration
state reform
intiative
referendum
recall
direct election
direct primary
Australian ballot
National reform
universal suffrage
initiative
petition for introduction for a bill
referendum
petition for a general vote on a bill
recall
petition to remove an elected official
trochee
stressed unstressed
"Edna St. Vincent Milay, won't you come over to play"
trochee
anapest
two unstressed one stressed
dactyl
one stressed and two unstressed
spondee
two stressed no unstressed
pyrrhic
two unstressed
iamb
unstressed then stressed
"To be or not to be"
iamb
hexameter
six feet
seven feet
heptameter
pentameter
five feet
repetition of intial consonant sounds or any vowel sound in closely associated words
alliteration
assonance
similar vowel sounds in stressed syllables that end in different consonant sounds
lake-fake
rhyme
lake-fate
assonance
consonance
last word in line where final consonant is sam but vowels that preced them differ
add-read
consonance
born-burn
consonance (slant rhyme)