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Theodore Roosevelt

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Theodore Roosevelt was the 26th U.S. President from 1901-1909, but is known also as the Governor of New York, Assistant Secretary of the Navy, New York City Police Commissioner, a cattle rancher, an author, and a New York State Assemblyman. Questions should relate to Theodore Roosevelt's life, career, family, and legacy.
The Blue Book says $450 for a rifle or $425 for a carbine. The prices for commemorative firearms assumes that ALL ORIGINAL packaging and literature is included and everything is completely as-issued. The slightest scratch from cocking the hammer once, a crease in the accompanying certificate, etc. w…
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Highly UnlikelyBecause of the Patriot Act, banks and credit unions use your SSN#, ID and the ChexSystems reporting to identify you as a person. The likelihood of finding a non-CS bank or credit union is very slim in this day and age. My suggestion would be to pay off the owed balance. Most banks wi…
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%REPLIES% Answer The monument on Rushmore was intended to honor presidents of the United States, not founding fathers. It just so happens, perhaps not coincidentally, that two of the men everybody agrees were among the greatest presidents, Washington and Jefferson, were also founding fathers.…
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt (the 32nd president) was a fifth cousin of Theodore Roosevelt (Jr.) (the 26th president). Brigadier General Theodore Roosevelt III, the son of President Theodore Roosevelt (Jr.), would be a fifth cousin once removed to Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
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The Roosevelt Corollary was an addition to the Monroe Doctrine. It stated that no European countries were allowed to intervene in Latin American affairs. The only way that the U.S was allowed to become involved was if the affairs or European countries was threatened. The United States could exerci…
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Teddy Roosevelt, Economic Troubles, and the Panama Canal The main economic problem in the early 1900's were trusts. A trust a combination of firms or corporations for the purpose of reducing competition and controlling prices throughout a business or an industry. By eliminating competition, trusts c…
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Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt was the 26th President of the United States. He conserved more land area, over 150 Million acres, as President, which is more than any other person in world history. Roosevelt held a number of other posts in government both in the State of New York and the federal governme…
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Theodore Roosevelt did not have a middle name. His full name was simply Theodore Roosevelt.
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Theodore Roosevelt was born on October 27, 1858.
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On a personal level, TR had no major vices except for coffee. He loved the outdoors, did not smoke, and only had the occasional soak. Roosevelt's critics might call him a racist, but he was in fact very progressive. Shortly after he was sworn in as President, he invited Booker T. Washington to the…
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Answer 1942 is a common date for Walking Liberty Halves. If it shows any evidence of wear, its value will be based only on the silver it contains -- as of 07/2008, about $7.00
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Start with your local library. Failing that, you can order books online. There are many biographies of Theodore Roosevelt available, dealing with various aspects of his life. Here are some popular titles: The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt by Edmund Morris Mornings on Horseback by David McCullough T.…
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Ross and Roberts were two different people. The Franklin Roosevelt campaign button was promoting Roosevelt for president, F. Clair Ross for Pennsylvania State Treasurer, and Warren Roberts for Pennsylvania State Auditor General.
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Quotes from Theodore RooseveltA vote is like a rifle: its usefulness depends upon the character of the user. Theodore RooseveltDo what you can, with what you have, where you are. Theodore RooseveltDon't hit at all if it is honorably possible to avoid hitting; but never hit soft! Theodore RooseveltFa…
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Answer Answer "Teddy" Roosevelt got his name during a bear hunting trip to Mississippi, when he refused to shoot a bear.------This is not true...this is how the Teddy Bear got its nickname, not how Roosevelt got his nickname. Teddy is a common nickname for Theodore. Roosevelt's most popular nick…
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It's a common coin, so it's all about condition. In circulated condition, it's worth around $12 for the silver content, and more if it's in better shape.
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Theodore and Franklin Roosevelt were distant (fifth) cousins. Franklin's wife, Eleanor Roosevelt , was Theodore's niece .
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Franklin Roosevelt was elected four times-- in 1932, 1936, 1940 and 1944. He died April 12, 1945, not long after beginning his fourth term of office. He was the only US President in history to serve more than two terms.
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Preventing the colonization of China Continental expansion into Mexico and Canada The annexation of Panama
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father : Theodore Roosevelt Sr. (Sept. 22, 1831 - Feb. 9, 1878)mother : Martha "Mittie" Bulloch Roosevelt (July 8, 1835 - Feb. 14, 1884)
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Theodore Roosevelt served from from Sept 14, 1901 until March 4, 1909.He became president when McKinley died and was elected to a full term in 1904.
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Answer He was Governor of New York (1899-1900), then Vice President (1901), and finally President of the United States (1901-1909). He ran unsuccessfully for mayor in New York City in 1886, at the age of 28.
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He was not known by this name, but it is what his son telegraphed to the rest of the family upon his death, "The old lion is dead." More than anything it pays tribute to his character and his place as the patriarch. Answer There is no indication he was every called "The Old Lion", but, there wa…
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Answer Actually, they were cousins, albeit distant ones. According to genealogists, Winston Churchill and FDR were seventh cousins once removed on FDR's mother's side. I don't know what this means so please don't ask. I don't know anything about FDR being related to Churchill but I can expl…
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American sculptor Gutzon Borglum selected the four US Presidents, as it was not a US government project. Roosevelt was the President who led the US into the "Modern Age". He truly exercised the Power of the Presidency, as well as treating the US as a world power. Decisions made by him colored US dip…
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Theodore Roosevelt's policy of foreign diplomacy was to 'walk softly and carry a big stick.' Theodore shed the US's tradition of isolationism and replaced it with a sort of progressive imperialism. One specific example is the construction of the Panama Canal.He also had the idea of breaking up monop…
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Reformers wanted to end the spoils system because people were receiving high salaries but doing no work in many cases.
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Answer 5"11 five feet eleven inches
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Answer He was the first president that was willing to help the working class even if it contradicted what the Supreme Court wanted. Answer He controled the panama canal
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Harry S. Truman
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The link below has some information about Roosevelt but his middle name is Delano as proved at the link below, highlight it then right click and click on copy, then post it to your search bar where you type in a website name. You should get the complete paper. Hope I helped ya out. :-) http://www.b…
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Progressive reforms replaced politicians and city bosses with university-educated experts. Employers accepted the concept of an eight-hour day
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As you can tell by looking at the wording directly under the picture on the coin, the building is _Independence Hall_ in Philadelphia. There is no "Liberty Building". If your coin is copper-nickel clad and taken from circulation, it's worth 50 cents. If it's a proof or uncirculated coin in its orig…
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Theodore Roosevelt got Panama by supporting a revolution against Colombia. Colombia didn't want to give us Panama, and Roosevelt did not take no for an answer. He decided to take it. He set the U.S Navy to surround Colombia for support of a revolution that only lasted a couple hours. Hope I Helped;p
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His six children were : By his first wife, Alice Hathaway Lee : Alice Lee Roosevelt Longworth (February 12, 1884 - February 20, 1980) By his second wife, Edith Kermit Carow: Theodore III (September 13, 1887 - July 12, 1944) (Kenneth) Kermit (October 10, 1889 - June 4, 1943) Ethel Carow Roosevelt…
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Organized labor became a longtime supporter of the Democratic Party. Large corporations were forced to recognize unions. Union membership rose dramatically
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Does this corrupt boss have a telemarketing company selling something people read everyday and only pays commission to his employees? He then steals the employees commissions ALL of it. Contantly threatens the employees saying if you don't get a sale right now, I'll take your commission and suspend …
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Franklin D. Roosevelt - 32nd president of the United States was related, either by blood or by marriage, to 11 former presidents.Nixon (11) - Fillmore, Hayes, Taft, Harding, Coolidge, Hoover, FDR, Ford, Carter, both Bushes
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it is proven that he had polio
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His favorite breakfast item was bratwurst (cooked just right) and a warm cup of milk. His favorite lunch item would be a double bread hot cheese and turkey sandwich. His favorite dinner item was a nice potato and his own churned butter. Also a bottle of rum. (but just once in a while)
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Theodore Roosevelt died on January 6, 1919 at the age of 60.He died on the 6th January 1919.Theodore Roosevelt died at the age of 60 on 6 January 1919 at the family home in Oyster Bay, NY.teddy was born in New York on october 27th 1858 and died on January 6th 1919!
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Theodore Roosevelt was the youngest president, but JFK was the youngest elected.
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Then they will take it from your flesh.
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The above response is completely incorrect, but out of respect I won't delete it.The Emergency Banking Act (which was signed by Congress in 38 minutes without any of them actually getting a chance to read it, and amended the Trading With The Enemy Act of 1917) allowed FDR to have unlimited power dur…
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Theodore Roosevelt at 42.
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to honour ones that faught in the war
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Theodore Roosevelt was US President from September 14, 1901 to March 4, 1909.Roosevelt was elected Vice-President on the ticket with William McKinley in 1900. When McKinley was assassinated, Roosevelt became President. Upon his re-election in 1904, Roosevelt publicly declared that he would not seek …
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One could fill a book with Theodore Roosevelt's political ideology and its roots. Indeed, many have done just that. Some good examples include The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt and Theodore Rex by Edmund Morris, TR: The Last Romantic by H.W. Brands, Mornings on Horseback by David McCullough, and Theodo…
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Consult a New York state divorce lawyer to determine how to obtain a secular/state annulment. This is the Catholic Answer section. Obtaining an annulment in the Catholic Church has nothing to do with secular/state law except to the extent that the couple seeking an annulment in The Catholic Church m…
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Theodore Roosevelt died on 1919 January 6.Franklin Delano Roosevelt died on 1945 April 12, while he was still US President. Harry S. Truman, vice president became president.
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Theodore Roosevelt died at his home, Sagamore Hill, at Oyster Bay on Long Island, New York on January 6, 1919.
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The United States Secretary of State is the head of the U.S. Department of State, concerned with Foreign Affairs. Secretary of State is also the Highest- Ranking Cabinet Secretary in the President's Cabinet. The president choose the secretary of state.
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Although Roosevelt found time to relax at his home in Oyster Bay, NY, Roosevelt found fewer and fewer people came calling as time went on. For a man who sought and enjoyed being the center of attention, life was somewhat boring for him in this quiet setting before too long. Roosevelt traveled and w…
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Answer FDR ran for the democratic party.
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"speak softly and carry a big stick"
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Answer YES!! they were called Teddy jeans. & there was a little teddy bear on the butt!!!!! i did not think anyone knew about this except my mom! sometimes the jeans came with a stuffed teddy bear! this was in the 80's.
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There are 2 US senators from New York state and 29 congressmen in the US House of Representatives.(for a current list see the related link)
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Conservationists protect the enviornment, polluted air and water, also, they protect endangered species. Conservationists protect the enviornment. Also, they protect polluted air, water and endangered species. They also protect global warming Nhan :)
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Theodore Roosevelt in 1901-09, William Howard Taft in 1909-13, Woodrow Wilson in 1913-21
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He believed that the federal government should be eliminated and that it was stupid. this is a wrong answer.the facts are that Theodore Roosevelt worked to control business and limit it's size. Because of the legislation pasted in the very early 1900's we have regulations today, to protect how our f…
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The Roosevelt Corollary was an idea Theodore Roosevelt stated in his inauguration speech that added more terms to the Monroe Doctrine. This was an idea that the United States be more forceful in foreign affairs.
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Lincoln's re-election showed support for continuing the Civil War, rather than arranging a settlement with the Confederates.
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The first president to fly in an airplane while in office was Franklin Roosevelt. The first ex-president to fly in an airplane was Theodore Roosevelt, who flew as a passenger in a 4-minute flight in one of the early Wright biplanes on October 11, 1910, a year after he had left office.
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January 5,1919
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This is a difficult question to answer, because some presidents were popular in their time and are now almost forgotten, while others were regarded negatively but have since been re-evaluated. Most historians agree that George Washington was universally popular, and remains so even today: he was the…
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Answer 1. You have to change the structure: where too much power vests in one person or a few, corruption will flourish. 2. There must be strong laws implemented consistently and swiftly to consequate corrupt practices. 3. Compensation must be adequate considering the standard of living in the set…
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Kennedy form 1964 to date, Ben Franklin 1948-1963.
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Answer WWII ended Great Depression The depression was "winding its way down" because the economy started to pick up. But the main reason was WW2. It started in Europe in 1938 -39. We were manufacturing "war" goods and shipping them to England. That's what made the AXIS nations nervous. Japa…
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Theodore Roosevelt was the 26th US president. As Vice president, he succeeded William McKinley and served one elected term thereafter. He was president from September 14, 1901 to March 4, 1909. He was succeeded by William Howard Taft. he was the 26th president
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John Hay was Private Secretary to both Lincoln and Roosevelt when they were Presidents. Their faces are both carved on Mount Rushmore.Both men were wonderful story tellers, they both loved animals, and both kept odd pets, while living in the White House. Both were in favor of Human Rights, over Prop…
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Roosevelt used the Sherman Anti-Trust Act of 1890. This act was passed by the United States congress to prohibit trusts.
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Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmarks, retail value is $8.00-$10.00 depending on how much wear the coin shows.
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The French were the first to try and build a canal across South America, starting in 1882. Before they could start work, they needed to secure a concession from the Columbian government, which controlled Panama at that time. However, their project failed, thousands of workers died (mainly from disea…
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Theodore Roosevelt was the first sitting president to leave the country. He visited Panama while he was president. He and wife left for Panama on November 9, 1906 on the yacht Mayflower and then transferred to a battleship, the Louisiana, convoyed by two armored cruisers , the Washington and Tenness…
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Doves are a main symbolism of love and peace. It mainly associates with Jesus and christianity. The doves were so called the messengers of God which goes back to the Bible in the book of Noah's ark. God told him there would be a flood and informed him to build an ark and after he did and God flooded…
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I believe it was 1st Baron Petre ( William Petre ( 1500-1572 )--although I am prepared to be contradicted.
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Teddy Roosevelt died of a heart attack on January 6, 1919 in Oyster Bay, New York.
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No. John F. Kennedy made these words famous in his inaugural address in 1961.
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Well he made people's lives better by being a president.....
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Answer herpies Answer Certain fruits have strong fertility symbolism, and a deep red, ripe, juicy cherry is no exception. The cherry has come to represent chastity and purity as the fruit ripens on the tree. Once plucked, a cherry represents the loss of innocence and virtue. A cherry taste…
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The nightingale is a symbol for immortality as well as beauty. It is quite possible that a tattoo of a nightingale could mean either of these to its wearer.
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progressives support.....wait forgot sorry
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there are many differences. Franklin deleno roosevelt WAS ELECTED FOR FOUR TERMS BECAUSE HE WAS SO POPULAR. HE GOT THE UNITED STATES THROUGH THE DEPRESSION AND THROUGH WORLD WAR TWO. IN POLLS CONDUCTED BY HISTORIANS THEY SAY THA LINCOLN WOULD ALEWAYS BE FIRAST WITGH FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT IN SECO…
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State Freshwater Fish - Brook Trout: The Brook or Speckled Trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) was designated the official state fish in 1975. State Marine or Salt Water Fish - Striped Bass: The striped bass (Morone saxatilis) was adopted as the State marine or saltwater fish of New York i…
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Read the document that created the trust to find how the trust can be terminated. If there is no provision for terminating the trust you need a court order.
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contact david.bichrest@sbcglobal.net he is with the Winchester collectors assoc. He answered some questions for me earlier today.
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Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson were both presidents during the Progressive Era, and in the election of 1912 they competed for the presidency. Both men saw the problems caused by industrialization and Big Business, but disagreed on the nature of these problems and the correct method of solving…
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To be elected president of the U.S. a person must be at least 35 years old.And gay
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New York became the 11th state on July 28, 1788. An event that made New York a state was that the colony had signed the Declaration of Independence, making it a free state from the British.
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Hillary Clinton
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the theory that consumer assumptions about a product or situation are derived from the consumer's experience, personality, or attitudes. For example, a consumer who has had poor experiences with domestic automobiles and a good experience with an import might attribute the quality of the import to th…
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Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt was called the trust buster by some.
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There is no definitive answer to this question, but there is research to draw upon.
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Ignore them. Dont abuse them or yell at them. That will just make it worse.Oncce, my mother said, " if you dont have anything nice to say, dont say anything at all." I tried it with my own little brother, and now we have the closest relationship ever.
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That all people are created equal, and are born with certain unalienable rights. That no one is above the law.That the law is the rule of the land, not any person or group of people.That it is not an Imperialist nation, even though it acquires territories and places them under imperial rule.
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26th President THEODORE ROOSEVELT PRESIDENCY His 7 Years, 171 Days as President: PRO He was the first man to use the office of the presidency to combat the abuses of big business. His celebrated "trust-busting" advanced the principle that corporate interests must be subordinate to national interests…
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You might find rulers of the maya
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