Quiz Me! - Era: Progressive Era Test your knowledge about the Progressive Era! 1 / 10 After working hard to pass the Nineteenth Amendment, Carrie Chapman Catt then founded the - NWSA (National Woman Suffrage Association) Children’s Bureau League of Women Voters settlement house, Hull House 2 / 10 This notable progressive used the freedom of speech and press to combat the crime of lynching. She also went on to help cofound the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) in 1909. Susan B. Anthony Carrie Chapman Catt Alice Paul Ida B. Wells 3 / 10 The Meat Inspection Act applied to which of the following? Products processed in the U. S. and products imported from other countries Only products processed by intra-state meat processing plants Only products processed in the United States Only products processed imported from other countries 4 / 10 Which has been the most successful third-party in a national election? Gary Johnson’s Libertarian Party in 2012 Ralph Nader’s Green Party in 2000 Ross Perot’s Reform Party in 1992 Theodore Roosevelt’s Bull Moose Party in 1912 5 / 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. Susan B. Anthony Elizabeth Cady Stanton Carrie Chapman Catt Alice Paul 6 / 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. Ida B. Wells Carrie Chapman Catt Jane Addams Alice Paul 7 / 10 The Federal Reserve System today is supervised by which of the following? The United States Senate Commerce committee A 7-member Board of Governors appointed by the President w/Senate approval The Interstate Commerce Commission The U. S. House of Representatives Ways and Means committee 8 / 10 Jane Addams created a settlement house to help poor immigrants who had come to Chicago. This settlement house provided education, day and after-school care for children of working mothers among other things such as an art gallery and library to name a few. This facility was known as - Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Children’s Bureau Hull House Lowell House 9 / 10 What was the significance of the 18th Amendment? The manufacture, transportation, and sale of alcohol except for medicinal purposes was prohibited in the United States. The Senate approved a graduated income tax for the first time. Women received the right to vote in national elections. The nation ratified the amendment which allowed citizens to directly elect U.S. Senators. 10 / 10 Creating national parks, expanding eminent domain, fighting for a “square deal” for Americans, this president was known for using the “bully pulpit” to make his ideas happen. Grover Cleveland Theodore Roosevelt William Howard Taft William McKinley Your score is Try another 10!