History 2020 Chp.16-19 (3)

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  1. an Americanbirth control activist, sex educator, and nurse. Popularized the term birth control, opened the first birth control clinic in the United States, and established organizations that evolved into thePlanned Parenthood Federation of America.
    Margaret Sanger
  2. (1883)Established the Civil Service Commission marked the end of the spoils system; Composed of bi partisan commission to administer competitive exams for federal jobs
    (Also Known as Civil Service Act)
    Pendleton Act
  3. The most influential Progressive administration at the state level,who made Wisconsin a "laboratory for democracy." Instituted a series of measures known as the Wisconsin Idea
    Robert LaFollette
  4. Author of "Women and Economic". Her writings reinforced the claim that the road to woman's freedom lay through the workplace.
    Charlotte Perkins Gilman
  5. The Progressive Era's most influential novel was Upton's Sinclair's book, whose description of unsanitary slaughterhouse and sale of rotten meat stirred public outrage and led directly to the passage of the Pure Food and Drug Act and the Meat Inspection Act of 1906
    The Jungle
  6. (1916) Established an eight hour workday on the nation's railroads. ( One way Wilson implemented his version of Progressivism)
    Adamson Act
  7. Roosevelt's actions in Panama reflected a principle that came to be know as ___ to the Monroe Doctrine. This held that the United States had the right to exercise "an international police power" in the Western Hemisphere (i.e Cuba)
    Roosevelt Corollary
  8. Progressive Era's most prominent female reformer. Founder of Hull House in Chicago (1889) a "settlement house" devoted to improvising the lives of the immigrant poor.
    Jane Addams
  9. First women in congress (house of rep.), devoted to feminist and pacifist causes, one of 50 house members who opposed war
    Jeanette Rankin
  10. Ballinger, who was the Secretary of Interior, opened public lands in Wyoming, Montana, and Alaska against Roosevelts conservation policies. Pinchot, who was the Chief of Forestry, supported former President Roosevelt and demanded that Taft dismiss Ballinger. Taft, who supported Ballinger, dismissed Pinchot on the basis of insubordination. This divided the Republican Party
    Ballinger-Pinchot Affair
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History 2020 Chp.16-19 (3)
2014-09-27 05:47:41
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Chp. 16-19 test
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