The Progressive Era, 1893-1914: The Progressive Era, 1893-1914 v. 4 John D. Buenker

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Published: in Wisconsins Sesquicentennial year, this fourth volume in The History of Wisconsin series covers the twenty tumultuous years between the Worlds Columbian Exposition and the First World War when Wisconsin essentially reinvented itself,

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Published in Wisconsins Sesquicentennial year, this fourth volume in The History of Wisconsin series covers the twenty tumultuous years between the Worlds Columbian Exposition and the First World War when Wisconsin essentially reinvented itself, becoming the nations laboratory of democracy.

The period known as the Progressive Era began to emerge in the mid-1890s. A sense of crisis and a widespread clamor for reform arose in reaction to rapid changes in population, technology, work, and society. Wisconsinites responded with action: their advocacy of womens suffrage, labor rights and protections, educational reform, increased social services, and more responsive government led to a veritable flood of reform legislation that established Wisconsin as the most progressive state in the union.

As governor and U.S. Senator from Wisconsin, Robert M. La Follette, Sr., was the most celebrated of the Progressives, but he was surrounded

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The Progressive Era, 1893-1914: The Progressive Era, 1893-1914 v. 4  by  John D. Buenker

The Progressive Era, 1893-1914: The Progressive Era, 1893-1914 v. 4 by John D. Buenker
in Wisconsins Sesquicentennial year, this fourth volume in The History of Wisconsin series covers the twenty tumultuous years between the Worlds Columbian Exposition and the First World War when Wisconsin essentially reinvented itself,

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Published in Wisconsins Sesquicentennial year, this fourth volume in The History of Wisconsin series covers the twenty tumultuous years between the Worlds Columbian Exposition and the First World War when Wisconsin essentially reinvented itself, becoming the nations laboratory of democracy.

The period known as the Progressive Era began to emerge in the mid-1890s. A sense of crisis and a widespread clamor for reform arose in reaction to rapid changes in population, technology, work, and society. Wisconsinites responded with action: their advocacy of womens suffrage, labor rights and protections, educational reform, increased social services, and more responsive government led to a veritable flood of reform legislation that established Wisconsin as the most progressive state in the union.

As governor and U.S. Senator from Wisconsin, Robert M. La Follette, Sr., was the most celebrated of the Progressives, but he was surrounded | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 756 pages | ISBN: | 3.44 Mb


Published in Wisconsins Sesquicentennial year, this fourth volume in The History of Wisconsin series covers the twenty tumultuous years between the Worlds Columbian Exposition and the First World War when Wisconsin essentially reinvented itself,



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