Ellen Herman

Department of History, University of Oregon


HIST 203, Week 2, Key Terms

the varieties of Progressive reform: protective labor legislation; muckraking; trust-busting; eugenics; third-party politics; immigration restriction; segregation laws ("Jim Crow"); social purity and anti-vice campaigns; public health campaigns

Louis Brandeis

18th Amendment passed 1919; repealed 1933: Prohibition

19th Amendment, 1920, woman suffrage


Woodrow Wilson: political scientist, President of Princeton, and New Jersey Governor; elected President in 1912

Allied Powers (Britain, France, Russia, Italy) and Central Powers (Germany, Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire)

"The world must be made safe for democracy."

Fourteen Points

Treaty of Versailles

war mobilization and the "social possibilities of war"

Frederick Winslow Taylor, architect of scientific management, or "Taylorism"

Jane Addams, co-founder of Hull House (in 1889) and the settlement house movement

Scopes trial, 1925