the progressive presidents proiect

Theodore Roosevelt

A New York governor who became the 26th U.S. president, Theodore Roosevelt is remembered for his foreign policy, corporate reforms and ecological preservation.

grade for leadership

I would put An A for Theodore Roosevelt for leadership

he is a good leader because he supported desegregation and women's suffrage supported women's right to vote and protecting sites like the grand canyon and preserving countless wildlife, National fores the nation did not believe in the president and followed his lead because of benjamin harrison

the square deal

the square deal was President Theodore Roosevelt 's domestic program formed upon three basic ideas conservation of natural resources, control of corporations, and consumer protection

business regulations

business regulations known as trusting busters Northern Securities Company be dissolved, a decision that launched a series of antitrust suits. In all, the Roosevelt administration filed forty-three trust-busting suits.

environmental concerns

Theodore Roosevelt is often considered the "conservationist president." Here in the North Dakota Badlands, where many of his personal concerns first gave rise to his later environmental efforts, Roosevelt is remembered with a national park that bears his name and honors the memory of this great conservationist.


The most spectacular of Roosevelt's foreign policy initiatives was the ... at bringing belligerent powers to the negotiating table involved a crisis that had broken

Roosevelt corollary

was an addition to the Monroe Doctrine articulated by President Theodore Roosevelt in his State of the Union address in 1904 after the Venezuela Crisis 1902-03

Latin america/Panama Canal

  • The goal of increasing the speed of shipping of commerce across the Americas as businesses sought to import and export goods more efficiently.
  • The goal of increasing security. Many American officials believed that a canal would speed the navy from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean. American military planners cited the example of the voyage of the Oregon for the necessity of a trans-isthmus canal. During the Spanish-American War, the Oregon took two months to travel from California around South America to Cuba to participate in the action against Admiral Cervera.
  • The goal of increasing financial profit because the United States would charge tolls to foreign customers in order to gain access to the canal.
#26 Theodore Roosevelt

William Howard Taft

William Howard Taft the 27th president of the United States fulfilled his dream when he appointed chief justice of supreme court becoming the only person to have served as both a U.S. Chief justice and president

dollar Diplomacy

Dollar Diplomacy of the United States—particularly during President William Howard Taft's term—to further its aims in Latin America and East Asia through use of its economic power by guaranteeing loans made to foreign countries.

william howard Taft leadership

I would give him an F because William Howard Taft spent four uncomfortable years in the white house he was caught in the intense battles between progressives and conservatives and got scant credit for the achievements of his administration

trusting busting

government activities aimed at breaking up monopolies and trusts

social and government reforms

As President, he pushed executive powers to new limits, arguing that the rise of industrial capitalism had rendered limited government obsolete.

  • He took on the captains of industry and argued for greater government control over the economy, pursuing a two-pronged strategy of antitrust prosecutions and regulatory control.
  • He pushed through legislation that gave the Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC) new powers to set railroad rates, laying the foundation for the modern administrative state.
  • Casting himself as steward of the nation’s natural resources, he presided over the birth of the conservation movement.
  • Convinced that a strong defense was the best guarantee of peace, he built up the Navy and sent it around the world.
President Taft - Abolishment of war throughout the world

wilson's new freedom

The election to the Presidency gave Wilson an opportunity no Democrat in the previous fifty years had been given. A huge majority of voters in the Electoral College had given him their votes and, with them, a mandate from the people to reform government. Armed with support from the Democratic Party, the bipartisan support of progressives, and with both the House of Representatives and the Senate under Democratic control, Wilson was able to initiate and carry out his reforms with little political opposition. Soon after his election, the new President declared that he intended to make good on his promises of reform. His domestic progressive policies, which became collectively known as the New Freedom, included reduction of the tariff on imported goods, reform of the inept national banking system, and strengthening of the Sherman Act to combat trusts.

roosevelt oganization

I would give Roosevelt an A because he established in 1983 to honor the 125th anniversary of Roosevelt's birth and his term as chair of the board of the police commissioners in New york city these awards given in cities.

roosevelt's leadership

I would give him an A because he is the only one who one both the Nobel prize and the medal of honor he fathered the Panama Canal and set aside 230 million acres of land for public good kick starting the American conversation movement

antitrust Laws

it is under the Sherman's Act United States antitrust law is a collection of federal and state government laws that ...President Theodore Roosevelt sued 45 companies


The 26th President was not always so inclined. In 1898 he told Susan B. Anthony that woman suffrage was “not that important,” and when, in 1904 he and First Lady Edith held a reception for 400 suffrage leaders at the White House, it was still not clear that either of them supported granting women the vote. Edith was definitely noncommittal, and Theodore was probably concerned with offending his male constituency.

foreign policy/involvement

Woodrow Wilson numbers among the most influential Presidents in the history of U.S. foreign policy. Elected in 1913 as a Progressive reformer, the former college professor and governor of New Jersey expected to devote his time and talents to fulfilling an ambitious domestic reform agenda. Foreign policy, Wilson assumed, would be a secondary concern. As he remarked, "[i]t would be the irony of fate if my administration had to deal chiefly with foreign affairs."


Prior to Woodrow Wilson's inauguration on March 4, 1913, the US government focused on just warning the Mexican military that decisive action from the U.S. ...

world war 1

Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924), the 28th U.S. president, served in office from 1913 to 1921 and led America through World War I (1914-1918). An advocate for democracy and worldpeace, Wilson is often ranked by historians as one of the nation's greatest presidents.

orgainization of wilson

I would give him an A because he is in a organization called the League of Nations and federal reserve act and Federal Trade Commission Act

Professionalism of Woodrow Wilson

I would give him an A because he was a member of the Democratic party

construbution of Woodrow Wilson

he tried to keep the United states neutral during world war 1 but ultimately called on congress to declare on Germany in 1917

leadership of Woodrow wilson

i would give him an A for leadership because he was a good leader he was leading the other presidents