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STRIKES
Act that legalized strikes and peaceful picketing
Clayton Antitrust Act
VOTERS CHOOSE LEADERS

Voters elect nominees for upcoming election
Primary
NO STRIKES ALLOWED
Businesses of 1880 asked courts for this to stop workers from striking
injunctions
SELF-GOVERNMENT

Cities exercised some self-government
home rule
ROOSEVELT REFORM

Roosevelt's Progressive reform program
Square Deal
CITY GOVERNMENT
Having to do with city government
Municipal
GET RID OF LEADERS

Removing officals from office
Impeachment
BETTER LIVING FOR POOR
Progressives wanted this as a standard of living for Americans
social welfare programs
ENVIRONMENT PEOPLE
People concerned with the care of the environment
Conservationist
DON'T OBEY LAWS

Nonviolent refusal to obey a law
civil disobedience
What caused a split in the women's suffrage campaign?
Changing things as state level or federal level
GOVERNMENT AND POOR

Most progressives agree the government should
Make programs to help the working poor
SETTLE STRIKE
President Roosevelt action in the United Mine Workers' strike 1902
Had an arbitrator (someone to help solve the disagreement)
WILSON ELECTION (4 WAY)
Woodrow Wilson won the presidential election 1912 partly because:
The Republican Party split its votes between two people
MOTHER JONES

Where is Mother Jones best known for organizing unions?
West Virginia and Colorado
WHY WOMEN SHOULDN'T VOTE
What was a basic anti-suffrage argument about women?
It would threaten the stability of the American government and women did not want to vote
SINCLAIR AND WORKPLACE
Where Upton Sinclair's novel showed the workplace dangers
in the meat factories
MUDRAKERS WERE WHERE

Where did journalists known as mudrakers work?
In cities such as St. Louis, Missouri, New York
TAFT AND PROGRESSIVES

What did the Progresive faction of the Republican party protest against President Taft?
Ballinger-Pinchot Affair
ANTHONY ARREST
Whas was Susan B. Anthony arrested and convicted for in 1872
When she and some women tried to vote
WOMEN VOTE AMENDMENT

What amendment ended the womens' battle to vote
Nineteenth Amendment
Reformers wanted to provide
UTILITY CONTROL
citzens with more affordable services by transferring control of urban utilites to where?
city control
SAFE FOOD

What group made sure the food was safe for households?
mudrakers made the government create the Food and Drug and Meat Inspection Acts
GOVERNMENT CORRUPTION
A way that reformers hoped to end government corruption
Reduce federal control and political bosses by dividing government programs on a state and municipal level
BANK FAILURES
What did Presdient WIlson create to prevent bank failures
Federal Reserve System