Ever since him, the government has too much power over a company or corporation. Everything has to answer to Washington. It's like a vicious cycle. It was supposed to end corruption in businesses, yet it increased big gov't power over companies. I think it did more bad than good in my opinion.
The United States thrived in the 1920s. If it hadn't been for the open mind and out-of-the-box approach of Theodore Roosevelt, this never would have happened. Roosevelt envisioned a larger, unified America that could benefit financially from pooled resources. His open mind facilitated a talent for bringing together people of various backgrounds and ideas to fight for a single cause. In many ways, Roosevelt made the United States, "united."
Theodore Roosevelt was an American President who was part of the GOP. He did have several 'liberal' policies which included an increase of regulation on wall street, which is this day in age considered a liberal policy. He was also into conservation and supporting our countries environmental resources. However, none of his policies seemed to be too liberal for the nation.