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Sunday, November 11, 2012

Ch. 10 Packet, For Those in Need...

For ALL NOTES, fill in the ___ (definition and/or importance) and highlight or underline CLUES and the page # for EVERY bolded term. Along the way, answer ALL of the UMI and RTD questions. Failure to complete ALL parts will result in -3 per missed blank or clue. Failure to bring your textbook will result in a -10 per day on this assignment. If you need more space, just staple an extra page to the packet. These, and the Graphic Orgs from the board, are due Tues. Nov 13, 2012.
SECTION 1: Reforming Government
Direct Primary: Pg. # _____; Political event where voters choose the candidates who will later run in a general ______.
Initiative: Pg. # _____; Voters have the power to _____________________________________
Referendum: Pg. # _____; _______________________________________________________
Recall: Pg. # _____; Voters can remove an elected person from office by calling for another special ________________.
The Wisconsin Idea: Pg. # _____; Model reform program, created by ____________________, which introduced the direct primary and other electoral changes to WI and other states.
Secret Ballot: Pg. # _____; Proved to be very effective in preventing __________ from being threatened or forced to vote for one candidate or another by ___________________________
City Manager(s): Pg. # _____; A person who is hired to _______________ a city the same way he or she would _______________ a business.
The average voter was NOT in favor of tax reform and pensions for city employees.
UMI #1: What were the strengths of the city-commission and city-manager forms of gov?
UMI #2: How did the Wisconsin Idea lay the foundation for further reforms?
RTD #1: What reforms were enacted to make U.S. voting procedures more democratic? (List)
SECTION 2: Roosevelt and the Square Deal
Theodore Roosevelt: Pg. # _____; Pres. # _____; Considered to be a progressive pres. An avid outdoorsman, one of his lasting gifts to the US is many NATIONAL PARKS. Hands-ON pres. Wanted regulations, but was pro-business and the wealth it created.
Square Deal: Pg. # _____; Was Pres. ________________ effort to balance the needs to _______________, _______________, and _________________.
Gifford Pinchot: Pg. # _____; 1st used the word ____________________ to describe the responsible protection of the natural environment. Eventually would have a conflict with __________ __________, known as the Ballinger-Pinchot Affair, over the sale of public lands that was viewed by progressive Republicans as an attempt to overturn the conservation program established by Pres. __________________.
Upton Sinclair and The Jungle: Pg. # _____; Muckraking journalist whose novel about unsanitary conditions at Chicago ____________ plants forced Pres. Roosevelt to create the __________ Inspection and the Pure __________ and __________ Acts (Pg. # _____) because of the public pressure caused by The Jungle and, as well as a government investigation.
New Nationalism: Pg. # _____; Pres. Roosevelt’s program that called for an active federal gov to pass laws protecting _______________ and regulating ________________.
UMI #3: How did the Square Deal reflect Pres. T. Roosevelt's approach to gov?
RTD #2: What was Pres. Roosevelt's governing style?
RTD #3: Why did the gov attempt to regulate trusts and the food and drug industries? ______
SECTION 3: Reform Under Taft
William Howard Taft: Pg. # _____; Pres. # _____; Felt that pres. power was limited by the Constitution. Supported Richard Ballinger. Did NOT oppose high tariffs. Angered progressives who thought he was undoing Roosevelt’s gains. Roosevelt was known as a “trust-buster” but it was Taft who busted more trusts (90ish to 40ish). Did not like the limelight like Roosevelt did.
Mann-Elkins Act: Pg. # _____; Gave power to the __________ ___________ __________ to ____________________
Joseph Cannon: Pg. # _____; Progressive ___________________ believed that Speaker of the House Cannon had too much control over _______________.
Payne-Aldrich Tariff: Pg. # _____; _________________________________________________
Woodrow Wilson: Pg. # _____; Pres. # _____; Worked hard for changes in child-labor laws (though was unsuccessful in achieving great reform). The split in the _________________ Party resulted in Democrats and some _________________ supporting Wilson for pres.
Taft, Roosevelt, 1912: Pg. # _____; Because __________’s allies would not seat many of ___________’s delegates, ___________ ___________ lost the Republican Party’s 1912 pres. nomination.
New Freedom: Pg. # _____; Program that was built on the belief that people did the best with the least amount of interference from _____________ and _______________.
Ballinger-Pinchot Affair: Pg. # _____; ______________________________________________
Progressive (Bull Moose) Party: Pg. # _____; Bull Moose was another name for the newly reformed Progressive Party. ___________ ____________ was their candidate for pres in the Election of 1912.
Progressives and African Americans: Pg. # _____; Even though they did much for (rich/poor) white Americans, the southern progressives still tried to prevent ___________ ___________ from voting.
UMI #4: What failures AND successes did Pres. Taft experience during his term in office?
RTD #4: What progressive reforms were enacted during President Taft's administration?
RTD #5: What divisions in the Republican Party led to the formation of the Progressive Party?
RTD #6: How did Woodrow Wilson win the 1912 presidential election?
SECTION 4: Wilson’s “New Freedom”
Women were very involved in the reform movement.
Alice Paul: Pg. # _____; founder of the _______________ _______________ _____________.
National Woman’s Party: Pg. # _____; Proposed an amendment to the Constitution guaranteeing women the right to ________________.
Carrie Chapman Catt: Pg. # _____; Her leadership led to the successes at the state level for women’s ________________.
19th Amendment: Pg. # _____; _____________________________________________________________________ and became an amendment in ___________ (year).
Keating-Owen Child Labor Act: Pg. # _____; Came under Pres. _____________; (Definition) __________________________________________________________________________________________________
Federal Trade Commission: Pg. # _____; Created to give the gov the ability to investigate and bring to court _______________ that had unfair business practices.
Graduated Income Tax (Tariffs) and Pres. Wilson: Pg. # _____; Pres. Wilson’s administration introduced the graduated income tax, which means ___________________________________________________________________, to make up for revenue that was lost by lowering _______________.
UMI #5: How did women's suffrage leaders achieve success?
RTD #7: How did President Wilson's proposals affect big business and U.S. citizens?
RTD #8: Why were the 16th, 17th, and the 19th Amendments adopted? 

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