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Workers Rights Industrialism and the Progressive Movement Problem: Key Individuals/Groups Opponents and Arguments How did the Reforms happen? Results: WORKS CITED "Equal rights to all, and special privileges to none." Originated from the Knights of Labor and the Farmers Alliance Goal: To provide economic relief and protection for the prices of the goods they produced. Senator Robert E. Wagner and Assemblyman Alfred E. Smith Responsible for leading the push for effective labor legislation
Provided necessary votes and support to pass labor 1900-Ralph Easley Goal: "To bolster public confidence in the free enterprise system by initiating moderate social and industrial welfare programs, such as protective legislation for workers and government involvement in public affairs. 1895
Created US Department of Commerce
verbally attacked labor injustices American Federation Of Labor
Samuel Gompers
Goal: higher wages, better working conditions, shorter week laws Brody, David. "Labor Movement." History.com. A&E Television Networks, n.d. Web. 13 Feb.
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Bailey, Thomas Andrew, David M. Kennedy, and Lizabeth Cohen. The American Pageant.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1998. Print. THESIS:
The lack of worker's rights, such as low wages, dangerous working conditions, and long hours was improved through reform for the majority of the working class, excluding certain specialty groups. Tragedies at factories
Labor strikes

Labor laws Low wages
Dangerous work
Long hours
No benefits/insurance Wilson:
increased wages
shorter hours
benefits
ignored blacks Kiki Anderson
Tyler Do
Hannah Wikan
Kathryn Woodward APUSH 2
2/15/2013 Muller vs. Oregon
Lochner vs. New York Penn. coal mining strike: reaction Social Darwinism Square Deal
Theodore Roosevelt
Department of Commerce and Labor
Square Deal Woodrow Wilson
Clayton Act
Federal Farm Loan Act
Warehouse Act
Workingmens Compensation Act Thanks For Listening!
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