Lesson 1 Progressivism

  1. History
  2. Jared Armsworthy
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Name Date CHAPTER 9 SECTION QUIZ The Origins of Progressivism Section 1 A. Terms and Names Write the letter of the term or name that matches the description. a. recall e. muckraker i. progressive movement b. initiative f. Florence Kelley j. Seventeenth Amendment c. prohibition g. Robert M. La Follette d. referendum h. scientific management ______ 1. This is a vote on an initiative. ______ 2. This included a series of reform efforts that aimed to correct injustices in American life. ______ 3. This is a bill initiated, or launched, by citizens. ______ 4. This allowed for the popular, or direct, election of U.S. senators. ______ 5. This was one of the inspirations for the creation of assembly lines at the Ford Motor Company. ______ 6. This reform governor and U.S. senator from Wisconsin made the railroad industry a major target. ______ 7. This enabled voters to remove public officials from elected positions by forcing them to face an election before the end of their term if enough voters requested it. ______ 8. This is a term used to describe a journalist who exposed government abuses and big business corruption to the readers of mass circulation © McDougal Littell Inc. All rights reserved. magazines and newspapers. ______ 9. Members of the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union fought for this cause by entering saloons, singing, praying, and asking saloon- keepers to stop selling alcohol. ______ 10. This progressive championed the rights of women and children by moving into a settlement house, working as the Chief Inspector of Factories for Illinois, and helping to win passage of the Illinois Factory Act. B. Extended Response Briefly answer the following question on the back of this paper. Choose one of the reform movements discussed in this chapter. Explain the goals of the movement, identify the people and groups involved in it, and identify some of its successes. 170 Unit 3, Chapter 9