Presidency of Theodore Roosevelt

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    having or worth doing unless it means effort, pain, difficulty." - Theodore Roosevelt. Before Presidency Theodore Roosevelt was born on October 27, 1858 in Manhattan, New York City, New York to Martha Bulloch Roosevelt and Theodore Roosevelt Senior. Roosevelt's father was a Philanthropist and business man. He was part owner of Roosevelt and Son, a family business. Theodore Roosevelt came from a long line of wealthy people. Roosevelt had three siblings; Elliot Bulloch Roosevelt, Bamie Roosevelt, and Corrine Roosevelt Robinson. Theodore Roosevelt was the second oldest of his siblings. Theodore Roosevelt was in poor health as a child due to his asthma and bad eyesight. However, he decided he was not going to let his disability define him, so he began working out vigorously and would partake in many physical activities. He continued this lifestyle throughout his life. Roosevelt enjoyed swimming, riding horses, hiking, boxing, traveling, martial arts, wrestling, and hunting. He was very adventurous and young spirited.…

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    and labor unions being formed, as well as workers being forced to live in sub-humane living conditions. Let’s delve deeper and analyze these reforms under the scope of the presidencies of Roosevelt, Taft, and Woodrow Wilson.) Theodore Roosevelt(All of these reforms are a part of his Square Deal.) Tenement Act of 1901 Silent recording: Poor living conditions, sleeping weird af, poor sanitation, Ahmed and I sleeping in awkward condition. (Tenement halls were poorly built housings that were…

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    Theodore Roosevelt is affectionately referred to by some as “Theodore the Great”, referencing his accomplishments: on the battlefield, trustbusting, and working for the middle class. However, opponents of TR would say that he abused his power and totally disregarded the Constitution. Even though Roosevelt was considered by his own party, and himself, to be a Conservative, TR followed a political philosophy that differed from the Conservative orthodoxy. Actions speak louder than words, and TR’s…

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    Theodore Roosevelt took the powers of the president to new heights in the international arena with his involvement in building the Panama Canal and building up the Navy. Roosevelt believed that building a canal to connect the Atlantic and Pacific oceans was key to becoming a dominate naval power. The proposed site for the canal was in the northern part of Columbia, modern day Panama. Roosevelt attempted to reach a deal to build the canal with the Columbian government, but when the deal fell…

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    Theodore Roosevelt was an inspirational, and educational president who used his childhood influences, love of nature, and love of politics, to expand the power of the presidency. Despite the lack of conservation in America, Theodore Roosevelt used it to expand the power of the executive branch. He did so by involving himself with nature consistently, involved the government in his ethics and discoveries, and the overall power and the influence of presidency to impact America into preserving the…

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    executive focused government. In this time period, the United States underwent quite a few changes. Following President McKinley’s assassination in September of 1901, then Vice President Theodore Roosevelt became the 26th President and ushered in the Progressive era (Milkis and Nelson 229). Roosevelt was the first president to enter office with an agenda. He encouraged leadership that increased the reach of presidential influence and practiced as such (Milkis and Nelson 228). After a four-year…

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    Theodore Roosevelt once stated, “Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.” He certainly did just that during his life. One example of this is when Roosevelt resigned from the United States Navy and organized the First United States Volunteer Cavalry, also known as the Rough Riders, and led them into the Battle of San Juan Hill. Also, during his presidency, he became known as the Trust-Buster while also campaigning for an expansion of the power of the presidency. He also was a big…

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    Theodore Roosevelt was the 26th and youngest president in United States History, as well as a writer, explorer, and soldier. Roosevelt forever changed what it was to be president. Theodore was the first truly modern American president, he expanded the power of presidency dramatically, he used executive orders and presidential proclamation in ways that had never done before. Roosevelt is remembered for his ecological preservations, corporate reforms and foreign policy. Roosevelt was born on…

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    Roosevelt was named the first modern president, because of all the limitations of being president, he challenged. When Roosevelt was president he was liked by the citizens of his country. Theodore was a very accomplished and strong person during his Early Life to being president until his death. On October 28th, 1858 Theodore Roosevelt was born in Manhattan, New York. His parents being Theodore Roosevelt Sr. and Marith Roosevelt (“Theodore”). When Roosevelt was young, he had asthma (Marrin…

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    Theodore Roosevelt has left a huge impact on the United States. Theodore is commonly known as “Teddy”. He achieved many great things during his lifetime. He won a Noble Peace Prize and he was the youngest man to ever become president of the United States. Teddy was adored by many Americans and his face was carved into Mount Rushmore. The teddy bear was created in honor of Teddy. He has created a legacy that still lives on. Theodore Roosevelt was born on October 27, 1858 in New York City. He…

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