Chapter 17-1 Origins of Progressivism

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Chapter 17-1 Origins
of Progressivism
Key Terms
Social Welfare Movement
 YMCA, Salvation Army
 Creation of public
services
Moral Reform Movement
 WCTU, Anti-Saloon
League
 Prohibition
Economic Reform Movement
 Debs, Muckrakers
 Exposure of Corruption in
Industry
Movement for Industrial
Efficiency
 Henry Ford
 Assembly Line
Movement to Protect
workers
 National Child Labor
Committee
 State child-labor
laws
Chapter 17-2 Women
in Public Life
Women in the Workforce
Farm Women
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Little change
Continued to do similar tasks
Women in Industry
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Excluded from Unions
Garmet trade
Half as much $ as men
1890 more high school graduates
Domestic Workers

Cleaning (Maids/Servants)
College Bound Women
Vassar College (1865)
Smith and Wellesley Colleges (1875)
Goal to grant women excellent
education
Marriage not necessary
Half of college-educated women did not
marry
Championed social reform
Suffrage (Right to Vote)
Who was against it?
Liquor Industry
Textile Industry
Men
Strategy
Convince state
legislators
Whyoming, Utah,
Colorado, Idaho
Court cases 14th
amendment
Supreme Court ruled
them as citizens—
denied them the vote
National Constitutional
Amendment—failed
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