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    Progressive Presidents Essay During the Progressive Era, the election of 1912 included three presidents who each had agendas to fix problems created by the rapid urbanization. These problems include the control caused by big business, bad laborer conditions, and the need for conservation. While all of the presidents worked to correct problems during the Progressive Era, Theodore Roosevelt was the most progressive president because he regulated business, supported labor reform, and strongly supported the conservation of natural resources. Each Progressive Era president accomplished their goals to better regulate business, however Theodore Roosevelt created the most change. During the Progressive Era a large problem facing the U.S. was the…

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    The Progressive Reform

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    Module 3 Discussion Why were so many different Americans willing to embrace a new role for the federal government during this time? The Progressive movement changed many Americans and the idea of the federal government having power over the people. In reading the chapters, video and articles, my perception of the Progressives is that they were interested in having what they called “good government.” By having this reform implemented of a good government, the Progressives would create a type…

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    The Progressive Reform

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    between capital and labor was filled with so much violence and property damage, a situation that went well into the 20th century. The progressive reformers did not fix everything, because they didn’t have all the resources to do so. Today few Americans would claim that this country…

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    Progressive Reformers

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    The middle class of American society demanded change following the turn on the century for an increased emphasis on childhood education, women’s rights in society, and regulation of food and drugs. There was also an increase demand for the American people to be further involved in governmental affairs as well as the diminishment of monopolies and protection from financial exploitation. From 1900 to 1920, the Progressive reformers partially struggled to address the social concerns of the American…

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    Progressive Era

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    The progressive era can be tied to many legal, economic, and social changes in the United States. It began as a social change campaign and quickly transitioned into an economic and political movement. After reconstruction it seemed that the North and South were united in interests of patriotism, white supremacy, and business opportunity that brought about many changes. Meanwhile, the west was increasing in population, development and cultural diversity. Much of this change was sparked by the…

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    and reformed into a powerful machine of industry. But as the economy and boomed, society rotted and decayed. Poverty was rampant everywhere and death infested the cities. The Progressive Era served as a time in which the wrongs of the Industrial Revolution were righted. Journalists, politicians, suffragists, and more rallied to clean the filthy and corrupt machine the US had become. Nellie Bly was a member of the Progressive journalists, a muckraker, and made a great impact in reforms. Because…

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    Progressive Era Attitudes

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    white culture, which led to boarding schools, reservations, and suppression of Indian culture. The Progressive Era was from the 1890s to the 1920s, and it occurred all over the United States. The Progressive Era was an attempt to fix the corrupted government, break up monopolies, and improve problems in society. The Progressives also thought that the Indians were problematic to white society. For example, the Indians believed that the land was sacred, and the whites felt that the land was to…

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    Progressive Era Dbq

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    From 1900 to 1920, the Progressive Era continued onward from its late 19th century beginning. This time period harbored reform attempts in various subjects with varied success and failures. During the Progressive Era, reformers and the federal government attempted reforms at the national level through business, political, and moral issues. Business reforms brought about by progressives during this era were carried out with great successes. As reported by a newspaper in 1906, the meat industry…

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    Progressive Era Benefits

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    “After the 1900 the United States entered a period of heightened imperialistic activity somewhat similar to that of the 1840s, although this time oceans ceased to serve as boundaries of expansionist activity” (Bethel, 2013). Nevertheless, the benefits of the Progressive Era were for The U.S. to utilize its new power to follow three major goals: open trade with China, build the Panama Canal, and police Latin America to protect American interests. Nonetheless, The Progressive Era sits at the basis…

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    The progressive era in America was a time for moving forward and updating time worn ways. Starting in 1890, the progressive era spanned 30 years and ended in 1920. The progressive era was supported mostly by middle and upper class citizens because the reforms were not reared toward citizens whose main priority was trying to support their family, such as immigrants or the urban poor. The reformers were more aimed to fixing the issues in the government. Issues such as corruption and bribery were…

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