1. All of the following is true about      the Social Gospel Movement, except

Protestant ministers began to respond   to the problems of an industrialized society in the 1880s.

In their fight for social justice,   ministers focused on ending poverty and prostitution.

Ministers like Washington Gladden and   Walter Rauschenbusch became nationally recognized leaders of the Social   Gospel.

The Social Gospel incorporated the   beliefs of Social Darwinism.

The actions of ministers of the Social   Gospel prompted middle-class citizens to fight for Progressive reform.

6 points   

Question 2 

  1. Which of these would have been      most apt to be a Progressive reformer?

A white male living on a rural farm

An owner of a bank in Manhattan

A woman working in a Philadelphia   factory

A middle class woman working as a   teacher in Chicago

A white male factory supervisor in   New York City

6 points   

Question 3 

  1. Hull House was founded by

Jane Addams.

Charlotte Perkins Gilman.

Margaret Sanger.

Alice Paul.

Ida B. Wells-Barnett.

6 points   

Question 4 

  1. The Anti-Saloon League differed      from the Women’s Christian Temperance Union in all of the following ways      except

The Anti-Saloon League was far more   political.

The Anti-Saloon League had mostly   male members.

The Anti-Saloon League pushed for   local, mandatory education programs on the evils of alcohol.

The Anti-Saloon League became the   first modern, single-issue lobbying group in the U.S.

The Anti-Saloon league sought to pass   laws on the state and local level.

6 points   

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