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What Were the Four Goals of the Progressive Movement?

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There were four goals of the Progressive Movement. In general terms they were to Protect Social Welfare by ending class struggles, and to Encourage Productiveness and Efficiency by controlling big business. They were also to Uphold Moral Values (Puritan values) and economic Reform through class/race segregation.
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