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Bundle of 2 - Progressivism & Reform - Children, Women & African Americans

Bundle of 2 - Progressivism & Reform - Children, Women & African Americans
Bundle of 2 - Progressivism & Reform - Children, Women & African Americans
Bundle of 2 - Progressivism & Reform - Children, Women & African Americans
Bundle of 2 - Progressivism & Reform - Children, Women & African Americans
Bundle of 2 - Progressivism & Reform - Children, Women & African Americans
Bundle of 2 - Progressivism & Reform - Children, Women & African Americans
Bundle of 2 - Progressivism & Reform - Children, Women & African Americans
Bundle of 2 - Progressivism & Reform - Children, Women & African Americans
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This is a bundle of 2 highly animated, power point presentations on Progressivism & Reform & Reform and the Children, the Women & The African Americans. Together these two presentation cover an entire unit on progressivism. Both presentations together number 79 slides. Each of the presentation slides are editable so you can change them to fit your individual needs (a few slides in the beginning so overlap with each presentation but are important as stand-alone presentations).

The growth of industry and cities created problems. A small number of people held a large proportion of the nation’s wealth while others fell into poverty. Workers faced long hours, dangerous conditions, poor pay, and an uncertain future.

Big business became closely allied with government, and political machines, which offered services in return for votes, controlled some city governments. As the United States entered the 20th century, demand arose to combat these ills.

Progressive reformers sought to remedy the problems created by industrialization and urbanization. National in scope, progressivism included both Democrats and Republicans. To progressives, economic privilege and corrupt politics threatened democracy.

Progressivism embraced many types of reform. Progressives strove to: Curb corporate power, to end business monopolies, and to wipe out political corruption. Democratize electoral procedures, protect working people, and bridge the gap between social classes.

Power point #1 is entitled, Progressivism & Reform and contains 45 slides and covers the following:

Progressivism
Progressivism Goals
Muckrakers & The Middle Class
Muckrakers & Corporate Abuses
Novelists & Corporate Injustice (2)
Intellectuals & Corporate Injustice
Progressivism: Local & States
Social Settlement Movement
Progressivism: State Level
The 17th Amendment
States: Laboratories of Reform
Labor Reform: State Level
Women Factory Workers
Child Labor Reform
Insurance Reform: State Level
New York’s Triangle of Fire
Prohibition
Other Progressive Endorsements
Middle Class Support
Progressivism: National Level
Foreign Affairs
Teddy Roosevelt: Trust Buster
Roosevelt’s Acts
Latin American Intervention
Panama Canal
Roosevelt Corollary
Dominican Republic
Japan
Root-Takahira Agreement
William H Taft
Dollar Diplomacy
Progressivism: National Level
Progressivism & Wilson
Foreign Business Interests
Wilson Curbs Trusts
Mexico
Poised for War
Wilson & WW I
Impact of Progressivism (2)
End of Presentation

The growth of industry and cities created problems. A small number of people held a large proportion of the nation’s wealth while others fell into poverty. Workers faced long hours, dangerous conditions, poor pay, and an uncertain future. Big business became closely allied with government, and political machines, which offered services in return for votes, controlled some city governments.

As the United States entered the 20th century, demand arose to combat these ills. Progressive reformers sought to remedy the problems created by industrialization and urbanization. They turned to government to achieve their goals. To progressives, economic privilege and corrupt politics threatened democracy. Progressivism embraced many types of reform. Progressives strove to: Curb corporate power, to end business monopolies, and to wipe out political corruption. Democratize electoral procedures, protect working people, and bridge the gap between social classes.

Rapid change did not come for the minority groups of Children, Women and African American groups. Their reforms rolled out considerably slower and with a great amount of government involvement.

Power point #2 is entitled, Progressivism & Reform - the Children, Women and African Americans and contains 34 slides and covers the following:

Progressivism
Progressivism Reformers
Local & States Level
States Level
Middle Class Support
The Muckrakers
Corporate Abuses
The Novelists
The Intellectuals (2)
Title Page: The Children
The Children
The Children of the Poor
Changes in Child Working Conditions
Child Labor Reform
Title Page: The Women
Women Factory Workers
New York’s Triangle of Fire
The Women’s Movement (2)
Women’s Rights
Women’s Suffrage
Women’s Right to Vote
Title Page: The African Americans
African Americans (2)
Black Migration
Booker T. Washington
W.E.B. Du Bois
NAACP
End of Presentation

This is one of many bundled power point presentations I offer in my store under the heading.... Progressivism & Reform.
Total Pages
79 slide
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
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