Chapter 18: The Progressive Era 1900-1916

Get Started. It's Free
or sign up with your email address
Rocket clouds
Chapter 18: The Progressive Era 1900-1916 by Mind Map: Chapter 18: The Progressive Era 1900-1916

1. Introduction

2. An Urban Age and a Consumer Society

2.1. Farms and Cities

2.2. The Muckrakers

2.3. Immigration as a Global Process

2.4. The Immigrant Quest for Freedom

2.5. Consumer Freedom

2.6. The Working Woman

2.7. The Rise of Fordism

2.8. The Promise of Abundance

2.9. An American Standard of Living

3. Varieties of Progressivism

3.1. Industrial Freedom

3.2. The Socialist Present

3.3. The Gospel of Debs

3.4. AFL and IWW

3.5. The New Immigrants on Strike

3.6. Labor and Civil Liberties

3.7. The New Feminism

3.8. The Rise of Personal Freedom

3.9. The Birth Control Movement

3.10. Native American Progressivism

4. The Politics of Progressivism

4.1. Effective Freedom

4.2. State and Local Reforms

4.3. Progressive Democracy

4.4. Government by Expert

4.5. Jane Addams and the Hull House

4.6. Spearheads for Reform

4.7. The Campaign for Women's Suffrage

4.8. Maternalist Reform

4.9. The Idea of Economic Citizenship

5. The Progressive Presidents

5.1. Theodore Roosevelt

5.2. Roosevelt and Economic Regulation

5.3. The Conservation Movement

5.4. Taft in Office

5.5. The Election of 1912

5.6. New Freedom and New Natonalism

5.7. Wilson's First Term

5.8. The Expanding Role of Government