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Title: Instructor ESources PowerPoint Presentation Chapter 10 Progressivism in Texas


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Instructor E-Sources PowerPoint Presentation
Chapter 10 Progressivism in Texas
  • The History of Texas
  • Harlan Davidson, Inc.

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Learning Outcomes (10)
  • Understand the origins of progressive reform,
  • be knowledgeable of specific reforms that
    impacted the state and nation,
  • appreciate the political and economic
    ramifications of progressive reform,
  • anticipate the social implications on women and
    minorities of progressive reform.

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Chapter 10 Progressivism in Texas
  • Texas brand Progressivism
  • Limitations
  • A middle-class democratic society
  • For whites only
  • Social control embedded in older agrarian
    solutions
  • 20th Century Texas politics
  • State legislature reform
  • The poll tax
  • Election laws tax reform

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Progressivism in Texas
  • 20th Century Texas politics
  • Baileyism antitrust Progressivism?
  • Waters-Pierce case
  • Conflict-of-interest
  • The Campbell Colquitt Administrations
  • Progressive reformers
  • Tax, insurance, banking reform
  • Regulatory legislations
  • Response to the Mexican Revolution

5
Progressivism in Texas
  • General Progressive reforms
  • Education
  • Under-funded poorly attended
  • Move to regularize
  • Improve transportation
  • Provide free textbooks
  • The compulsory attendance debate
  • Teacher accreditation
  • A Progressive educational philosophy

6
Progressivism in Texas
  • General Progressive reforms
  • Institutional reforms
  • Prison reform
  • Better care for the poor, mentally ill,
    physically challenged
  • Hospitals Asylums
  • Forest Conservation Roads
  • Texas Department of Forestry
  • The Good Roads Movement

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Progressivism in Texas
  • Fergusonism Reform interrupted
  • An anti-prohibition campaign
  • Border problems
  • Bandit Raids
  • Plan de San Diego
  • Pancho Villa Pershing
  • Texas Rangers Tejanos
  • Suffrage
  • Permanent University Fund

James E. Miriam A. Ferguson
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Progressivism in Texas
Some soldiers from the Punitive Expedition, 1916
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Progressivism in Texas
  • Woodrow Wilson, Will Hobby, WW I
  • Wilsons 1912 election
  • Hobby mandate repudiates Fergusonism
  • Texans The Great War
  • 197,789 serve - 5,170 casualties
  • Army Air Corps camps established in Texas
  • Inflation cost of government rises
  • New opportunities for women
  • Women in Action
  • Suffrage
  • Womens organizations

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Progressivism in Texas
Katherine Stinson being sworn in as an airmail
pilot, San Antonio, Texas, May 14, 1915
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Progressivism in Texas
  • Texas after WW I
  • Prohibition in Texas The 18th Amendment
  • The Wet / Dry debate
  • During WW I patriotic not to drink
  • The legacy of WW I in Texas
  • Antiforeign hysteria
  • Social control the public schools
  • The Return of Progressive Administration
  • Reluctant legislators unconcerned electorate
  • The challenge of nnforcing prohibition

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Progressivism in Texas
  • KKK, Fundamentalism, Evolution Debate
  • The urban KKK moral conformity
  • Religious fundamentalism
  • Defeat of anti-evolution legislation
  • The Waning of Progressivism, 1925-1931
  • Gov. Miriam A. Ferguson the Klan
  • Abuse of ethical standards
  • Gov. Moody business progressivism
  • A Progressive legacy?

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Key Words Terms (10)
  • James "Pa" Ferguson
  • Terrell law - primaries
  • poll tax
  • chartering of state banks
  • Baileyism and antitrust
  • Thomas M. Campbell
  • Oscar Branch Colquitt
  • Prohibition
  • Educational reforms
  • University Interscholastic League
  • Institutional reforms
  • Good Roads Movement
  • Texas Highway Dept.
  • Texas Forestry Association
  • Plan de San Diego
  • William P. Hobby, World War I
  • "Immortal Forty"
  • Annie Webb Blanton
  • League of Women Voters
  • Robertson Insurance Law of 1907
  • "petticoat lobby"
  • Pat M. Neff
  • The Rebel
  • Miriam "Ma" Ferguson
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