Reforms of Progressive Presidents Were Not Enough

With the Great Depression as an outcome, explain why reforms of progressive presidents, from Theodore Roosevelt to Woodrow Wilson, were not enough to deal with racial, economic, and political inequality in the United States.

Your answer should discuss elements such as the Populist Movement, Eugene Debs, Jacob Riis, W.E.B. DuBois, Ida B. Wells, Walter Rauschenbusch, Social Darwinism, socialism, Sixteenth Amendment, Seventeenth Amendment, Eighteenth Amendment, Nineteenth Amendment, Pure Food and Drug Acts, Federal Trade Commission, conservation, preservation, Federal Reserve Act, Clayton Anti-Trust Act (1914), Panic of 1907 (an economic downturn similar, but not as impactful as the Great Depression), Red Summer.