What was the goal of the Progressive era?

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What was the goal of the Progressive era?. To fix the problems caused by industrialization (to make things better in America). What were some things that needed to be fixed (reformed) in America?.
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What was the goal of the Progressive era?To fix the problems caused by industrialization(to make things better in America)What were some things that needed to be fixed (reformed) in America?child laborlong working hourslow wagesdiscriminationpoor living conditionsunsafe working conditions in factoriesunclean food conditionsWhat is a reform?A changeWhat is suffrage?The right to voteHow did women win the right to vote?Marchesspeecheshunger strikesWhat famous women worked for the Suffrage Movement?Susan B. AnthonyElizabeth Cady StantonWhat did the 19th amendment do?Gave women the right to voteWhat was the goal of the Temperance Movement?To make alcohol illegalWhy did many women believe Temperance was important?Drinking caused too many problemsWho was Cary Nation?Woman who used an ax to destroy barsWhat was prohibition?When it was illegal to make and sell alcoholWhat was the 18th amendment?Made selling and making alcohol illegalWhy didn’t prohibition work?Too difficult to controlWhat did the 21st amendment do?repealed prohibition (alcohol no longer illegal)What was a muckraker?a person who shows or tells others about the bad things that are happening in the citiesWhat types of jobs may a muckraker have?photographercartoonistauthorjournalistWho wrote the book, The Jungle?Upton SinclairWhat problem of industrialization does The Jungle tell people about? unclean and unsafe conditions in the meatpacking industry (in the meat factories)What were the outcomes of The Jungle?(When people read The Jungle, what happened?The Pure Food & Drug Actand theMeat Inspection Actwere passed and made meat, other foods and medicines more safeWhat problem did Jacob Riis’s book, How the Other Half Lives, tell readers?told people about the terrible living conditions of the tenementsWho was Boss Tweed?A political boss who stole $10 million of NYC’s tax moneyWhat happened to Boss Tweed?Thomas Nast drew a cartoon of Boss Tweed getting fat off of tax payers’ money…police arrested Boss TweedWhat was the 17th amendment?Direct election of senators (you couldn’t just be given the job because you had a lot of money or you were friends with someone)What was the Civil Service Commission?made it so you had to pass a test to get hired for a federal job (postman, etc.)
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