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From Roosevelt to Wilson in the Age of Progressivism

Women gained the right to vote through the Nineteenth Amendment. The Mann-Elkins Act of 1910 balanced progressive and conservative demands. The 1910 election was significant decause the Republicans suffered tremendous losses in Congress. The Sixteenth Amendment authorized an income tax. In 1912, Roosevelt's New Nationalism demanded a stronger fole for the president and government. Woodrow Wilson won the election of 1912 because of the split in the Republican Party. The Clayton Antitrust Act of 1914 prohibited interlocking directorates and unfair trade practices. The Adamson Act of 1916, imposed the eifht-hour day on railroads. The preident who invited Booker T. Washington to the White House was Theodore Roosevelt.

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