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Jesse Barnes

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social reform 2

Progressive amendments

Social reform


Civil War
Amendments and beyond

His invention the telephone greatly improved communication
This amendment repealed the 18th amendment because of the money being lost not taxing alcohol
21st amendment
Alexander Gram Bell
This is where they put Native Americans when the white people took more of their land.
This group of people promoted the welfare of others through generous donations of money. Without it there wouldn't be any settlement houses or trust. And people today wouldn't be as supportive to charitable causes. Andrew carnegie gave a famous speech called the Gosepel of wealth
Both of these factors drove immigrants from their homeland to seek for better opportunity.
Push and Pull factors
The 15th Amendment
Without this big bridges and skyscrapers and stuff wouldn't have been made
Bessemer process
This movement led to voting rights for women and much more. Susan B. Anthony led the NWSA and fought for women's rights. Alice Paul organized many protest including the parade on Pennsylvania Ave. Jane Adams was a pacifist who became vice president of the WTUL which supported women workers on strike. They achieved many feats like the 8 hour workday, minimum wage, and the abolition of child labor.
Woman's Suffrage
During this movement several state reforms were made to assure an efficient government . Ex:Initiative Petition - allows voters to petition state legislatures in order to consider a bill desired by citizens.
Referendum - allows voters to decide if a bill or proposed amendment should be passed.
Recall - allows voters to petition to have an elected representative removed from office.
Direct Primary - ensures that voters select candidates to run for office, rather than party bosses.
The Progressive Movement
During this movement Eugene V. Debs ( leader of the american railroad union) called for the Pullman strike because of wage cuts . The government intervened and killed many of the strikers and jailed Eugene V. Debs. Also during this movement the Haymarket Riot occured when a peaceful protest took a turn for the worse when a protestor threw a bomb at the police.
Labor Movement
16th amendment
This group of people used immoral tactics to maximize their profits to get ahead of their competitors but with out them we wouldn't have the big industries we have today. hint: John D Rockefeller
Answer to 3-2
This act kept the Chinese from becoming citizens
Chinese Exclusion Act
This Amendment led to more equality under the law and gave the blacks more political power.
The 14th Amendment
This amendment banned alcohol due to the rise of religious groups concerned of drunks during the temperance movement
18th amendment
This massacre occurred when US troops intercepted a bunch of Lakota indians trying to leave the reservation and forced them to give up their weapons. One was reluctant to and his rifle went off. Us troops responded by killing almost all of them. Some troops were even awarded the medal of honor.
Wounded Knee
His invention the light bulb made it possible to work at night increasing productivity
Thomas Edison
This Amendment abolished slavery but led to the creation of black codes and Jim Crow Laws.
13th Amendment
This amendment was passed because of women suffrage groups fighting to get women the right to vote
19th Amendment
This Indian gave the "I will fight no more forever" speech which differs greatly from Chief Seattles speech telling the whites not to sell his land. Seattle still had fight in him when this Indian had had enough. It also differs from Red clouds speech pleading the whites for help to bring peace but we didn't listen. Red Cloud was more desperate than tired and fed up.
Chief Joseph
This group exposed the corruption and wretchedness of industries seeking the need for reform. Examples: Upton Sinclair wrote about the unsanitary meat packing business which led to the pure food and drug act. Ida Tarbell wrote about the manipulation of trusts.
This was the belief that assimilating immigrants into American Society would make them more loyal Americans.
This led to white supremacy and the making of the Ku Klux Klan
Black Codes
This amendment gave the citizens the right to elect senators because there was to much controversy having the state legislators elect them
17th amendment
This act split up indian land into separate properties and gave the indians who agreed to leave the tribe american citenzenship. This was a way to turn indians into farmers and assimilate them.
Dawes Act
During this movement the government improved working conditions by passing acts like the pure food and drug act, banned child labor with the child labor act, and brought down corrupt trust with the Sherman antitrust act.
This island in the New York Harbor served as an immigration station for millions of asian immigrants
Ellis Island
This group silenced the African American protestors by threatening them.
This Amendment gave citizens the right to vote despite their race, prior servitude or color and led to the creation of literacy tests and poll taxes that kept the majority of black voters from voting
This was the belief that native born white Americans are superior to newcomers.
1.1 A
1.1 A
1.1 A
1.1 B
1.1 B
1.2 A
1.2 A
1.2 A
1.2 A
1.3 A
1.3 A
1.3 B
1.3 c
1.3 c 1.3 f1
1.2 B
1.3 F4
1.3 B
1.3 B
1.3 F1
1.3 F4
The rejection of The Wilson-Gorman Tariff Act of 1894 led to this amendment
1.3 f4
1.3 f4
1.3 f4
1.3 D
1.3 E
Bonus Questions
1.3 F2- The president signed the 1906 Antiquities Act and used it to create 5 national parks and protecting national Monuments.
1.3 F3- Who said this Quote : "You come to us and tell us that the great cities are in favor of the gold standard; we reply that the great cities rest upon our broad and fertile prairies. Burn down your cities and leave our farms, and your cities will spring up again as if by magic; but destroy our farms and the grass will grow in the streets of every city in the country." - This speech gained the populist group power. This man lost the election and free silver was denied by the republican party.

1.3 G- This case ruled that segregation was constitutional as long as both races were treated equal. But of course it wasn't.

This was the process we used to turned the native americans more like us. We thought we would get along better if we acted the same.
1.2 B
1.2 c
1.2 B
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