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Chapter 18

by: Taylor Sloop

Chapter 18 History 2112

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All of these notes goes with his highlighted points. Along with s a bit of explanation of what the point is talking about
United States Since 1877
Professor Stephen Taylor
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Date Created: 09/21/16
Chapter 18 The Progressive Era - Progressives wanted government to intervene. This was a loose/ broad group of people who wanted to bring about some kind of change. - Muckrakers. Progressive Magazine publishers. They dug around looking for something to use in their articles. They felt it was their job to point out flaws of the urban industrial lives of poor people. - Fordism- Any mass consumption/ production - 3 Progressive Presidents Roosevelt, Taft, Wilson - Progressivism: Many hats, Big Party - Muller vs. Mullen  this case put into place a law that allowed women to only work 10 hours in factories and laundries. The court ordered this law as constitutional. - Louis D Brandeis. An American lawyer. Part of the supreme court - 1885 IWW formed. This is revolutionary. It want to cease all means of production – anarchy of state – do away with government


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