The Progressive Movement Of The 1920 ' S Essay

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The Progressive Movement Era was during the 1890s to the 1920s. The Progressive Movement was caused by the ideas of the Progressives, believing that the government should take more roles in order to solve most of society problems, restoring order and to protect Americans by reforms. The progressive movement covered many issues relating to social reforms such as education, the problem of industrialization, and child labor and so forth. The Progressive movement did influence the United States policy during the First World War because of the ideas of Americanization, how to be very efficient, and much of the Democracy. The main point of the Progressive movement was liberal democracy and determination of your self. When World War one first began during 1914, many progressives were concerned that the war was cause by greed and also by economic motivation. However Woodrow Wilson President during 1917, Wilson won most of his moralist supporters by saying, “a war to make the world safe for democracy.” He was explaining it as it was the right time to fight or what is right. The Progressives gave lots of contributions to many of the people who were at war during World War one. They turned immigrants that were not American into American people by the Americanization Programs, and the reason why they wanted to turn immigrants into Americans during 1910 is because many people that are born in the United States view immigrants as a threat and that they are dangerous. The Progressives…

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