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Robert M. La Follette, Sr.

The Enduring Vision, 6th Edition, Chapter 21

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Chapter 21 {AP U.S. History} The Progressive Era, 1900-1917 Progressives and Their Ideas The Many Faces of Progressivism With more immigrants new professional allegiances and more standardized routinized society Progressivism = broad response to industrialization (immigration, urban growth, growing corporate power, widening class divisions), in cities, progressives were reformers (wanted to make order more humane, and not overturn it) Believed that problems could be solved through study and organized effort (respected science, expert knowledge) Novelists, Journalists, and Artists Spotlight Social Problems Journalists were muckrakers when they would bring out the worst in American life, exposing urban political corruption and corporate wrongdoing, name given by Theodore Roosevelt
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