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Describe the reform’s positive or negative effects on American society: 1)Settlement houses
3)Women’s suffrage
4)City manager governance
5)Initiative and referendum
6)Direct primary
7)Judicial recall
9)Square Deal business regulation
11)Monetary control
12)Income tax

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