Progressive Reform

Economic Reform

  1. Mass Production
  2. Electricity
  3. Scientific Management
  4. Welfare Capitalism
    • housing, pensions, Americanization
  5. Mass Market
    • Crisco, Uneeda, A&P, Sears
  6. Mass Consumption

Social Reform

  1. Settlements
    • Jane Addams, Lillian Wald
  2. Civil Rights
    • Ida B. Wells, NAACP, W. E. B. Du Bois
  3. Factory Reform
    • F. Perkins, F. Kelley, L. Brandeis, J. Lathrop, L. Hine
  4. Garmet Workers
    • Clara Lemlich, WTUL, ILGWU, A. Lincoln Filene
  5. Mine Workers
    • Banner coal mine, UMWA, Ludlow
  6. Muckrakers
  7. Women reformers
  8. Prisons

Cultural Reform

  1. Spelling
    • Spelling Reform Association, "search for order"
  2. Temperance
  3. Immigration

Political Reform

  1. Suffrage
    • NAWSA, Jeannette Rankin, Abigail Scott Duniway
  2. Urban Reform
    • Galveston flood, Hazen Pingree, Joseph Folk
  3. Theodore Roosevelt
    • coal strike, trustbuster, square deal, Meat Inspection Act, New Nationalism
  4. Conservation
  5. Woodrow Wilson
    • New Freedom, Clayton Act, Frank Walsh, Adamson Act, Fed, FTC

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