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Department
History
Course
HISB41H3
Professor
Danny Azoulay
Semester
Winter

Description
Canadian History since 1885 The Progressive social reform movementthJanuary 16 2012 1 Introduction Progressive social reform Key WordsLowe wagesYWCA High rentsDomestic IdealMost workers lived below the poverty lineProhibitionThe emerge of slumsVoluntaristicProstitution alcoholismSuffrageUnions Strikes pressure govt for working lawsBabylonThe poor were fighting to surviveSabbatariansThe MiddleClass were called ProgressivesSocial PurityMiddleClass Protestants Women Moral GuardiansProgressivism So many groups for public reforms townWoodsworth planning city modifications government utility street Big Sister Movement cars hydro Diverse movementBeautificationAll progressives 2 similar classIntemperance YWCAWelfare Statea Wanted to create a planning society prostitutionSocial Gospel disorder traditional valuesUrban live safer andLeticia Yo
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