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Context: By the 1890s, a significant number of Americans grew increasingly concerned about the way their nation and society had changed over the course of the Gilded Age.

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Context: By the 1890s, a significant number of Americans grew increasingly concerned about the way their nation and society had changed over the course of the Gilded Age. The political changes and confrontations of the Reconstruction period, rapid industrialization, unprecedented urban growth, and global migrations had brought about political, social, cultural, and economic changes on local, national, and global levels. A new generation of political reformers and other civically engaged Americans responded to these new circumstances with “progressive ideas.” But did their solutions succeed, and did they stay true to the American promise of equal opportunity, justice, and liberty?
Prompt: First, identify the main principles of the progressive movement, discuss their concerns, and explain how progressives sought to bring about urban, labor, and other social reforms. In the second part of your essay, evaluate whether progressive initiatives improved American society and the nation. If not, how would you characterize the change they brought about?

Note: Please study the grading rubric on page four of this document to develop a better understanding of the expectations for this essay.

Your analysis should be firmly grounded in the evidence (see the grading rubric on page four), so references to the original documents and carefully selected – and brief – quotations from your class materials – especially the original documents – are essential to a good essay.

The following course materials apply to this assignment:
Michael Schaller et al., American Horizons: U.S. History in a Global Context, Volume II: Since 1865. (New York: Oxford University Press, 2012)
Michael Schaller et al., Reading American Horizons: U.S. History in a Global Context, Volume II: Since 1865. (New York: Oxford University Press, 2012):
16.1 Frederick Jackson Turner, “The Significance of the Frontier in American History” (1893)
16.3 Remembering the Hop Alley Riots,”The Pest of the Pacific” (1880)
17.2 Visual Document: The Female Slaves of New York–‘Sweaters’ and Their Victims (1888)
17.3 Emma E. Brown, Excerpt from Children’s Labor: A Problem (1880)
17.4 Visual Document: Puck, The Protectors of Our Industries (1890)
17.5 John Brophy, Excerpt from A Miner’s Life (1964)
17.6 The Manufacturer and Builder, Excerpt, “The Homestead Affair” (1892)
17.7 The New England Magazine, Excerpt, “Editor’s Table” (1893)
18.1 Wiktorya and Antoni Osinski, Excerpt of Letters from Poland to Children who Immigrated to the U.S. (1902-1908)
18.2 Visual Document: Judge, The Inevitable Result To The American Workingman of Indiscriminate Immigration (c. 1890)
18.3 Immigration Commission, Excerpt, Reports of the Immigration Commission: Emigration Conditions in Europe. Reports of the Immigration Commission: Emigration Conditions in Europe, Presented by Mr. Dillingham (1911)
18.4 Visual Document: Harper’s Weekly, The Chinese Question (1871)
18.5 Visual Document: Tecumsah (Neb.) Chieftan, Homeless Children (1893)
18.6 Mary Elizabeth Lease, Excerpt of Speech (1896)
19.3 Albert Beveridge, Excerpt, The March of the Flag (1898)
19.5 Letters from Black Soldiers in the Philippines (1899; 1900)
20.1 George H. White, Farewell Address to Congress (1901)
20.2 Visual Document: “Bull Moose” Party Campaign Poster (1912)
20.3 Helen Keller, Excerpt, Strike Against War (1916)
20.4 William G. Shepherd, Excerpt, Eyewitness at the Triangle Fire (1911)
20.5 Jane Addams, Excerpt, Women and Internationalism (1915)

Please follow the following basic rules:
Cite the sources as listed here. Keep your citations consistent.
It is your responsibility to educate yourself about your word processing software and to insert footnotes properly, rather than, for example, use the bottom page space reserved for page numbers, etc.
Maintain the grammar when you embed quotations into your own sentence.
Do not use block or excessively long quotations (never more than two lines of text).
A bibliography is not necessary since you are using footnotes.

Prevent Plagiarism:
Do not plagiarize from any online resources. Do not plagiarize from the book. You will get caught, you will receive an F for the class, and you will be reported to the Dean’s office.
You may study and prepare with your fellow students, but you need to write alone. But do not copy from others.
Grammar, Syntax, and Conventions:
Draw an outline first.
Beware of procrastinating by writing introductions. I suggest you keep your introduction brief. In fact, I strongly recommend you write it last, after your conclusion. That way, you know what exactly you are announcing.
Write history in the past tense.
Use the active voice and avoid passive as much as possible. (“Peter beats Paul,” rather than, “Paul is beaten by Peter.”) The passive voice obscures the actor – it allows you to skirt the Who-question of the six Ws (Who, what, when, where, to whom, and why) – and invites vagueness into a narrative that needs precision.
Write in complete sentences. Most sentences longer than three lines are run-on sentences.
Choose your words carefully. (For example: The Triangle Fire was not “unfortunate.” Spilled coffee is unfortunate. The Triangle Fire was horrendous, devastating, and deeply disturbing. Women progressive reformers were not “awesome,” but passionate and inspiring.) Make clear distinctions between your vocabulary and that of your historical actors. (People may have spoken of “negroes” and the “Jewish race” in 1911, because this reflected the way they made sense of their diverse worlds. Your understanding is different, or at least, should be independent of these historical actors. So, you should find your own words rather than adopt theirs.)
In your writing, be as efficient (no superfluous platitudes such as “and in the end we came together as a nation”), precise (“the city of New York”, rather than “the government”), and specific as possible.
Structure your essay in meaningful paragraphs.
Read your essay before you submit it.

Your essay shall be 1500 words, written in Times New Roman, font size 12, double spaced, with 1 ¼ margins. Do not include foot- or endnotes in your word-count. Do not use any other format. Number the pages.


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