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S2 Unit 1 The Goals of Progressives and Plessy v Ferguson

S2 Unit 1 The Goals of Progressives and Plessy v Ferguson

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Author: Joseph OBrien
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•Assess the goals of Progressives:

  ·  The desire to remove corruption and undue influence from government through the taming of bosses and political machines;

  ·  The effort to include more people more directly in the political process;

  ·  The conviction that government must play a role to solve social problems and establish fairness in economic matters.

 

•Assess the goals of Progressives:

  ·  The desire to remove corruption and undue influence from government through the taming of bosses and political machines;

  ·  The effort to include more people more directly in the political process;

  ·  The conviction that government must play a role to solve social problems and establish fairness in economic matters.

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S2 Unit 1 Early Progressive Movement and Plessy v Ferguson

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S2 Unit 1 Early Progressive Movement and Plessy v Ferguson

Assess the goals of Progressives:
·  The desire to remove corruption and undue influence from government through the taming of bosses and political machines;
·  The effort to include more people more directly in the political process;
·  The conviction that government must play a role to solve social problems and establish fairness in economic matters.

Source: Joe O'Brien