Chapter 13: The Common Good

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The Common Good

Increasing awareness of issues affecting society in the late 1800s and early 1900s led to the Progressive Movement. Reformers sought to improve their communities by organizing groups and campaigning for changes. Targets of reforms included government, corporations, and discrimination.

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