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Ryerson University
HST 210
Jenny Carson

Terms Social reformerspeople who seek to improve social conditionsProtestanta branch of ChristianityProgressive erain the United States was a period of social activism and political reform that flourished from the 1890s to the 1920s One main goal of the Progressive movement was purification of government as Progressives tried to eliminate corruption QUESTIONS What is the difference between a primary and secondary source Which of the two documents you read this week is a primary sourceANSPrimary source are documents that presents a persons firsthand account of a past event For example journals field notes etc A secondary source is an interpretation or analysis of a primary source The article The General Motherhood of the Commonwealth was a secondary sourceWhy did urban elites oppose the new commercial amusements of the Progressive era Why were dance halls singled out as particularly perniciousANSThey believed it wasted workers time and money encourage drinking vice and crimeBut perhaps a deeper meaning was that the elitists wanted order and control and they saw these places of liberation and freedom and where ideas can be sprouted In other words it was contradictory to the elitists views On one of the notes it says elite and popular cultures have often clashed Why did dance hall reformers think that dance halls needed to be regulated Why did they support regulation instead of elimination of dan
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