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1. the initiative which gave voters the right to put a bill before a state legislature

2. The referendum which allowed voters to put a bill on a ballot and vote it into a law

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What progressive reforms allow voters to accept or reject legislative proposals?

17th admendment


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How did progressive reforms limit the power of political machines?

more poeple got education and more people realized the corruption of political machines


What were some reforms that president Hiram Johnson made during his political career?

Voters to vote for or overturn many politial actions. He also approved legislation that regulated public utility corporations. he enacted child labor laws and election reforms,too.


Progressive proposal to allow voters to bypass state legislatures and propose legislation themselves?

initiative


What was the long-term impact of the progressive era on the American system?

voters gained more power


What was the intent of political reforms such as the direct primary initiative refrendum and recall?

To give voters a stronger voice in government


What was the long term impact of the Progressive Era on the American political system?

Many social reforms of today find their foundation in the Progressive era. It was during this time that women won the right to vote, minorities took action against discrimination and monopolies were put on notice.


Progressive device that would enable voters to remove corrupt or ineffective officials from office?

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What reforms did progressives push through at the federal level?

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