anonymous
  • anonymous
How did passage of the 17th Amendment reflect the condition of the progressive movement?
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anonymous
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The 17th Amendment, allowing for the popular election of U.S. senators, illustrated the growing strength of the progressive movement. The 17th Amendment, allowing for the popular election of U.S. representatives, illustrated the growing strength of the progressive movement. The 17th Amendment and its quick repeal—the first amendment ever to be repealed—illustrated the decline of the progressive movement. The 17th Amendment, authorizing a federal income tax, had been opposed by progressives and illustrated the decline of the movement.
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