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Introductory Overview Essay
Theory of Progressivism as Reform Movement Unintended Consequences of Progressive Reform
Historical Development of Progressivism as Reform Movement Progressivism and Urban Reform Efforts Progressivism and reform of the Industrial Economy Middle Class as Agents of Reform Progressive and Reform of Government Decline of Progressive Reform The New Deal and the Modern Welfare State as Revival of Progressivism Public Interest Resarch Group
Key Moments Jane Addams Founds Hull House (1889) Theodore Roosevelt Launches Bull Moose Campaign (1912)
Intersection with Other Reform Movements Progressivism and Civil Rights Movement, Environmentalism, Labor Movement, Populism, Public Education Reform, Socialism/Political Radicalism, Temperance, and Women’s Rights
Future of the Progressive Reform Movement Persistence of Middle Class Leadership in Modern Reform Movements
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