The word Democracy gives you a warm fuzzy feeling that everything is all right. You couldn't be more wrong! It is the steppingstone to communism!
Why A Replubic
The Big Picture
Basic Political Spectrum
The Lefts Last Stand
Present Day Strategies
How They Did It
- Operation Mockingbird
- AM Radio vs TV
- War On Drugs
- Brain Washing
- ISLAM Sharia
- Being PC
- Redefined Words
- Destroyed Family
- Moral Equivalence
- Music and Language
- The Shock Doctrine
- Neo Conservative
- Private Prison Industry
- The Progressive Era
- Agenda 21
- Cultural Marxism
How They Did It - The Progressive Era - Show Print View!
The Progressive Era (1890 - 1920)
Conservatives beware! Whether they liked it or not, the turn of the 20th century was an age of reform. Urban reformers and Populists had already done much to raise attention to the nation's most pressing problems.
America in 1900 looked nothing like America in 1850, yet those in power seemed to be applying the same old strategies to complex new problems. The Populists had tried to effect change by capturing the government. The Progressives would succeed where the Populists had failed.
The Progressives were urban, Northeast, educated, middle-class, Protestant reform-minded men and women. There was no official Progressive Party until 1912, but progressivism had already swept the nation.
It was more of a movement than a political party, and there were adherents to the philosophy in each major party. There were three Progressive Presidents — Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and Woodrow Wilson. Roosevelt and Taft were Republicans and Wilson was a Democrat. What united the movement was a belief that the laissez faire, Social Darwinist outlook of the Gilded Age was morally and intellectually wrong. Progressives believed that people and government had the power to correct abuses produced by nature and the free market.
The results were astonishing. Seemingly every aspect of society was touched by progressive reform. Worker and consumer issues were addressed, conservation of natural resources was initiated, and the plight of the urban poor was confronted. National political movements such as temperance and women's suffrage found allies in the progressive movement. The era produced a host of national and state regulations, plus four amendments to the Constitution.
When the United States became involved in the First World War, attention was diverted from domestic issues and progressivism went into decline. While unable to solve the problems of every American, the Progressive Era set the stage for the 20th century trend of an activist government trying to assist its people.
The above thanks to Progressivism Sweeps the Nation
Progressivism ended with World War I? NOT! An obvious observation about it: "Our Nation has never recovered from this onslaught of Communism."
Note the use of the word Democracy rather than Republic. They did not miss speak, democracy is a stepping stone to communism and a smoke screen to hide what THEY are really doing.
The following video is a summary of the highlights of the Era. THEY pushed through 14th, 15th, 16th, and 17th amendments during what now is called the Progressive Era.
These are the years that devastated America. Obama's transformation of America was child's play compared to what they did then. They took us from a Republic to a democracy in just a couple years. They replaced the states influence in the federal government with the federal reserve.
To this day, we haven't even begun to understand what happened. Most people alive today grew up with this level of government, not knowing they had been transforming America to communism 1 year at a time, with a great big leap during the progressive Era.
The Progressive Era
Why We the People need to Repeal laws and Amendments from 1913
How They Did It - The Progressive Era Show Print View!
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