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Francis Willard
leader of Temperance
North Securities Case
Was sued by Roosevelt under the Sherman Antitrust Act
Upton Sinclair
Wrote the Jungle, exposed the problems of capitalism but it was misunderstood
Ida Tarbell
Wrote the History of Standard Oil and showed the ruthless business ways of Rockefeller
Samuel Hopkins Adams
Writer of the weekly paper The great American Fraud, that exposed the frauds.
Frederick W Taylor
An American Engineer who sought to improve industrial efficiency, he was a leader in the Efficiency Era
Jim Crow laws
locals laws that mandated segregation
James Weldon Johnson
1920 Secretary of NAACP, Harlem Renaissance
Jeannette Rankin
1st women elected to Congress
Robert LaFollete
Governor of Wisconsin, made it most progressive state.
Hull House
Used as model for immigrants to show how to be American
Eugene Debs
Founder and leader of Socialist Party of America
terms used by Roosevelt for journalists who exposed serious problems in society.
A biracial organization for discrimination of blacks
Carter G. Woodson
A black historian
Becomes the 19th amendment
Susan B. Anthony Amendment
Governor of New York, progressive governor, he was the US candidate for presidency losing to Widrow Wilson
Charles Evans Hughes
Progressive governor for California, and US Senator.
Hiram Johnson
The 'how to' woman for immigrants
Jane Adams
Torn apart by WW1
Socialist Party of America
Birth Control Activist
Margaret Sanger
scientific field involving the controlled breeding of humans for desired traits in the future generations
Science of Eugenics
Litigator, Supreme Court Justice, and advocate of privacy, developer of Brandeis Brief in Muller vs. Oregon.
Louis D.Brandeis
federal law that funded irrigation projects for arid lands of America.
Newlands Reclamation Act
federal law that provided federal inspections for patent medicine and foods
Pure food and Drug Act
Gave the ICC the power to set maximum rates on railroads
Hepburn Act
First chief of USA and governor of Pennsylvania, a republican and progressive
Gifford Pinchot
Agreement between US and the Empire of Japan, negotiated by Elihy Root and Takahira
Root-Takahira Agreement
Policy of Widrow Wilson that promoted antitrust modification.
New freedom
Act of Congress and creation of a system of private and public entities.
Federal reserve Act
adds further to Sherman Act by promoting anti competitive practices.
Clayton Antitrust Act
Permitted Federal Banks to give loans to farmers on staple crops
Warehouse Act
8hr workday set, with additional pat for overtime
Adamson Act
Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine, allows for peaceful solving of issues with the back up of the military.
Big Stick Diplomacy
Wilson's idea of moral and militray toy recognition to any Latin American government that viewed as hostile to Americans.
Missionary Diplomacy
Pay for Panama Canal
Spooner's Act
Ended Russo-Japanese War 1904-1905
Treaty of Portsmouth
Argentina, Brazil, Chile
ABC powers
took power in Mexico over a military dictatorship.
Victoriano Huerta
Germany, Austria-Hungary, and italy
Triple Alliance
France, UK, and Russia
Triple Entente
where archduke Ferdinand was shot, and killed by a Serbian socialist
Not to sink anymore person liners, or merchant ships without warning
Sussex Pledge
military plan to Attack France
Schlieffen Plan
Germany asked Mexico to join the Central powers
Zimmerman telegraph
Leads AEF
Jhon J. Pershing
Roosevelt's domestic program aimed at helping middle class citizens while protecting business from demands of organized labor
Square Deal
Authorized the inspection and concern of any meat product unfit for human consumption
Meat Inspection Act
strenghtened the interstate commerce Act of 1887 by imposing heavy fines on railroads
Elkins Act
American lawyer, judge, and US presidential candidate in 1904 elections.
Alton B. Parker
American educator, orator, author, and dominant leader of African American communities.
Booker T. Washington
Economy of Morocco suffered a down
North Morocco Crisis
informal agreement between two or more parties
Gentleman's Agreement
Theodore Roosevelt political philosophy during the 1912 election
New Nationalism
Bipartisan body of 5 members elected to a 7 year term by the president, in relation with national economy.
Federal Trade Commission Act
Established 12 federal farm loan banks, to serve members of FLA, singed by Wilson, farmers could borrow up to 50% the value of their property and 20% of improvements
Federal Farm Loan Act
Also known as 'Wick's bill' a statuette that perceived the evils of child labor.
Keating-Owens Act
Big stick diplomacy added to the Monroe Doctrine.
Roosevelt's Corollary
Howard Taft, guaranteed loans to foreign countries
Dollar Diplomacy
Bull moose party
war over trade and maritime, and submarine waters
Russo-Japanese War
becomes the president of Mexico 1873-1913
Francisco madera
President of Mexico after 1914
Killed at Sarejov, WW1 started because of it
Archduke Ferdinand
Liner sunk by German sub.
prepare civilian for war
Preparedness Movement
Negotiate a treaty for war.
Peace without Victory
Resigns as Secretary of State
William Jennings Brian
American Expeditionary Force
required all males 18-35 to sign up for Service
Selective Service Act 1917
Speech over 14 points of German Surrender, however only 4 points were allocated when the German signed the X treaty.
Wilson's Fourteen Points Speech
organization formed to contain resources and industry for national security
Council of National Defense
Oversees all aspects of war and military personnel
War Industries Board
Oversees labor disputes
National War Labor Board
leader of Committee on Public Information
George Creel
passed shortly after entering World War I, on June 15, 1917, which made it a crime for a person:to convey information with intent to interfere with the operation or success of the armed forces of the United States or to promote the success of its enemies.
Espionage Act
Cannot be disloyal about the US government constitution and military
Sedition Act
Was one of the peace treaties at the end of World War I. It ended the state of war between Germany and the Allied Powers. It was signed on 28 June 1919, exactly five years after the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, one of the events that trigger
Treaty of Versailles
lead by William Borah, hated the treaty of Versailles bcause of collective security
was an American statesman, a Republican politician, and a noted historian.
Henry Cabot Lodge
#6 on the 14 points speech, comes true, all leaders of all nations join in, to solve future disputes in a good manner.
League of Nations
Wilson could not keep treaty of Versailles
was the Attorney General of the United States from 1919 to 1921. He was nicknamed The Fighting Quaker and he directed the controversial Palmer Raids.
A Mitchell Palmer
1100 police officers called in sick
Boston Police strike
was the 29th President of the United States, serving from 1921 until his death from a heart attack or stroke, in 1923. A Republican from Ohio, Harding was an influential newspaper publisher. He served in the Ohio Senate (1899–1903) and later as Lieutena
Warren G. Harding
as a member of the United States House of Representatives (from New Jersey) in the 11th Congress. He was born in Monmouth County, New Jersey on 16 October 1753, the son of Judge Joseph and Mary (Mount) Cox. He was an officer in the American Revolutiona
James Cox
Director of railroads in WW1
William McAdoo
in charge of WIB
Bernard Baruch
looking for questionable threats and statements.
Committee on Public Information, lead by George Creel
Schenck vs. US
Holds up Sedition Act
Abrams vs. US
blames Germany for War
War Guilt Clause
leader of irreconcilable
William Borah
Charter for league of nations
Article X
has been retroactively applied to two distinct periods of strong anti-Communism in United States history: first from 1917 to 1920, and second from the late 1940s through the late 1950s. These periods were characterized by heightened suspicion of Communist
Red Scare

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