• CHAPTER TWENTY-ONE: URBAN AMERICA AND THE PROGRESSIVE ERA,

    Unifying Themes

                Social Darwinism v. Social Gospel

     

    Women Spearhead Reform

                Jane Adams, Florence Kelly

     

    Political Progressives

                Cities

     

                West

     

                South

     

    New Journalism: Muckraking

     

    Intellectual Trends Promoting Reform

                Lester Frank Ward

     

                John Dewey

     

                Oliver Wendell Holmes

     

    The Prohibition Movement

     

     

    The Social Evil

     

    The Redemption of Leisure

     

    Standardizing Education

     

     

    New Immigrants from Two Hemispheres

     

     

    Urban Ghettos

     

     

    Company Towns

     

     

    The AFL: “Unions, Pure and Simple”

     

     

    The IWW: “One Big Union”

    Rebels in Bohemia

     

    The New Woman

    Birth Control

     

    Racism and Accommodation

                Booker T. Washington v. W.E.B. Du Bois

     

    Racial Justice, the NAACP, Black Women's Activism

     

    Theodore Roosevelt and Presidential Activism

     

    Trustbusting and Regulation

     

    Conservation, Preservation, and the Environment

     

    Republican Split

     

    The Election of 1912: A Four-Way Race

     

    Woodrow Wilson’s First Term