progressive wanted prohibition, immigration restriction, the end of child labor, to overhauling the political and social system
Mill was for putting limits on the ruler's power so that he would not be able to use his power on his own wishes and make decisions which could harm society; in other words, p…eople should have the right to have a say in the government's decisions. He said that social liberty was 'the nature and limits of the power which can be legitimately exercised by society over the individual'
Sounds like a textbook question. How about this for an answer: To preserve, promote, and protect the public good.
If individuals were free to pursue their own economic self-interest, all society would ultimately benefit.
The federal government did little to nothing to help people financially, because they didn't think it was their position to
Presidents and branches of government during the late 1800s and early 1900s believed about government?
should not interfere with buisness
Just to be a government and to improve their justice within a federal government without the help of people around them and employs people with high attendance of consultant m…anufactures you retard....
The US government played the role of organizing and combining smaller railroads to make up a greater organized system. One such project was the Southern Railway, a class 1… railroad.
Progressive reformers sought to remedy the problems created by industrialization and urbanization. They championed democracy as more than an ideal political system and sou…ght to reform the political system by sponsoring political checks and balances such as initiative, referendum, and recall. In addition, they supported environmentalism, direct election of senatorial candidates, women's suffrage, social programs, labor union support, and child labor laws.
Presidents and branches of government during the late 1800s and early 1900s believed that government?
Should not interfere with businesses.
Who were the leaders of the two sides in the disagreements over the proper role of the national government?
Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson
What were Teddy Roosevelt assumptions about the proper role of government especially with regard to economic concentration?
President Teddy Roosevelt thought the President should act as a "steward of the people." He felt that the president should be able to do whatever needs to be done for the …public good as long as it wasn't illegal.
I think that the two parties repuplican and democrate were kind of a like, this is then they are more different now