Quiz Me! - People: Progressive Era Test your knowledge about people in the Progressive Era! 1 / 10 Which of the following novels was a major catalyst for the Meat Inspection Act.? It Can’t Happen Here The Fasting Cure The Jungle Animal Farm 2 / 10 The Pure Food and Drug Act was adopted in which time period? Anti-Trusr Period Progressive Era Gilded Age Post-Civil War Period 3 / 10 This notable person was the first African American to receive a PhD from Harvard and later went on to help cofound the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). W.E.B. DuBois Ida B. Wells Vernon Baker Alvin York 4 / 10 This militant suffragist alienated some suffragists with more moderate views by actions such as burning President Woodrow Wilson’s speeches, a daily picket in front of the White House and beginning a H unger strike while she was in jail for a peaceful march for Women’s suffrage. Alice Paul Carrie Chapman Catt Susan B. Anthony Elizabeth Cady Stanton 5 / 10 President Theodore Roosevelt read this fictional account about the meat-packing industry and ordered inspections of the industry. Congress then passed the Pure Food and Drugs Act and the Meat Inspection Act. The title of this novel is The Declaration of Sentiments The Jungle Slaughterhouse-Five The Crisis 6 / 10 The Federal Reserve System today is supervised by which of the following? The U. S. House of Representatives Ways and Means committee A 7-member Board of Governors appointed by the President w/Senate approval The Interstate Commerce Commission The United States Senate Commerce committee 7 / 10 W.E.B. DuBois is most closely associated with which movement? Prohibition Civil Rights Women’s Suffrage Abolition of Slavery 8 / 10 Which of the following laws was the 1st consumer protection law? Federal Reserve Act Clean Air Act Meat Inspection Act Pure Food & Drug Act 9 / 10 After working hard to pass the Nineteenth Amendment, Carrie Chapman Catt then founded the - League of Women Voters NWSA (National Woman Suffrage Association) settlement house, Hull House Children’s Bureau 10 / 10 This suffragist followed Susan B. Anthony as president of the National American Woman Suffrage Association in 1900 and again in 1915. She introduced the “winning plan”, a strategy to work for reform at the state and federal levels simultaneously. Alice Paul Jane Addams Ida B. Wells Carrie Chapman Catt Your score is Try another 10!