“For the first time in American History, the President was the leading radical, reformer and man of the people. Teddy Roosevelt make Andrew Jackson look like an Old World aristocrat.” With such a prolific man leading their party, it is no wonder the reform movement of the Progressives was so successful and in fact was viable as a reform movement from 1900 through 1925. The three places that they made the most headway in were; social,
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reforms and went against all parts of progressivism.
In conclusion, the progressive movement is obviously a valid reform movement that aimed to helping out the common man in any way possible in the areas of political, economic, and social legislation. This movement was very successful in bringing about social change and did exactly what it set out to do, change the way that America worked to give the lowly citizens more power in the country.