Labor, local, and political reform

Labor, local, and political reform

Progressive-Era reformers had three main goals: 1)To strengthen democracy by giving local populations more control over the government. Toward this end, progressive introduced referendums, initiatives, and recalls. 2)To eliminate corruption, particularly at the municipal level. They thus created institutions to monitor city governments. 3)To protect laborers, children, and mothers with labor regulations and social provision.\n

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