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Using two primary sources assigned for the lectures “The Progressive Era,” “American Overseas Empire,” and “American Society in World War I,” evaluate to what degree Progressive Era (ca. 1890-1920) reformers advocated for social justice. Were their intentions genuine, or were they instead interested in social control? Why or why not? Your thesis should explain how you arrived at your answer.
Reminder: Primary sources are those written during the Progressive Era. Please submit as a PDF or Word Document.
Length: 400-500 words (1.5-2 pages double spaced).
Due: March 28th.
Sources for American overseas:
https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/documents/executive-order-132 link to the one of the articles
Sources for THe Progressive era:
Jane Addams, “The Subjective Necessity for Social Settlements” (1892)
sources for American Society in World War I:
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