*Compare and contrast Theodore Roosevelt’s New Nationalism with Woodrow Wilson’s New Freedom. How effective did Wilson’s New Freedom prove to be? In what ways did Wilson later embrace New Nationalism?
*How and why did Warren G. Harding and Calvin Coolidge redirect the nation's politics away from Progressivism? Why was this shift so popular? How did it affect the nation’s economy?
*What were the main goals of Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal? How did it attempt to achieve those goals? What is the legacy of the New Deal today?
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Progressive reform was an era in American history which represented a large scale reforms in American economy, politics and in society in general and which lasted from the end of the 19th century to the mid 1920s. The reform was initiated by progressives who sought to reform the government and industry regulation in order to win the fight with the raging corruption and uncontrolled behavior of big business. Among other things, progressives supported the worker rights, industry regulations, social change, and scientific method in research, women suffrage and reforms in politics. Theodore Roosevelt, the U.S. president in the first years of the 20th century, was one of the leading protagonists of the progressive reform at the national level....