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Student`s Name Instructor`s Name Course Date Freedom and Women in the Progressive and New Deal Eras Introduction The Progressive Era was a period in the history of America marked by radical urbanization and industrialization between the years the 1890s and 1920s. During this time, many immigrants from South-eastern Europe were pouring into America. As a result, there were many people in the towns than the houses and many resorted to slums where the living conditions were pathetic with constant disease breakouts and high child mortality rates. The party bosses controlled the power, and the owners of the factories ignored the conditions of the workers were living in the slums. However, these problems were exposed by the journalists such as Ida Tarbell who was a female journalist who took the lead in exposing unethical practices by the Standard Oil Company. On the other hand, the New Deal was simply a set of new plans introduced by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in an attempt to restore the nation after the great depression that hit America since 1929 to 1939. New Deal consisted of four goals and achievements laid by Roosevelt. The first one was the economic recovery through which America stabilized the banks getting rid of the negative effects that were brought about by the collapse of the stock market. The country stabilized agriculture and industrial prices. The second achievement was job creation to re-absorb the retrenched workers and third was an investment in pu...