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Part 4 presentation

Question 5

Hali Groninger

on 15 April 2010

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How successfull were progressive reforms during the period 1890-1915 in relation to ... Industrial conditions Urban Life Politics Sherman Anti-Trust Act Trusts be judged by the acts they have commited
Ended corrupt trusts Successes: Elkins Act All people treated and given equal benefits on railways Coal Strike of 1902 Miners went on strike due to poor working conditions. Roosevelt's Square Deal changed it to a 10% increase in wages and a 9 hour work day. 17th Amendment Direct election of senators 19th Amendment Universal Sufferage in 1920 Plessy v. Ferguson Federal regulation of the meat-packing, drug, and railroad industries 18th Amendment Prohibition: prohibited the manufacture, sale, or transportation of alcoholic beverages into, out of, or within any State (ended with 21st amendment) Extended vote to women Social Criticism against laissez-faire Urbanization and more leisure-time activities Transportation improvements
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