In what ways can Progressivism be seen as a response to the extremes of the Gilded Age

In what ways can Progressivism be seen as a response to the extremes of the Gilded Age

In what ways can Progressivism be seen as a response to the extremes of the Gilded Age? How did Progressive Era Americans seek to reform and regulate U.S. society, government, and economics? Be sure to address at least one document in your answer.

REQUIRED READING: VOICES OF FREEDOM

  • Document 122 – Margaret Sanger on “Free Motherhood” (1920)
  • Document 123 – Mary Church Terrell, “What It Means to Be Colored…” (1906)
  • Document 124 – Woodrow Wilson and the New Freedom (1912)
  • Document 119 – Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Women and Economics (1898)
  • Document 120 – John A. Ryan, A Living Wage (1912)
  • Document 121 – The Industrial Workers of the World and the Free Speech Fights (1909)
  • ((The documents in the pdf))
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Requirements: 200 words

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In what ways can Progressivism be seen as a response to the extremes of the Gilded Age


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