Theodore Roosevelt

Debates and Opinions

Debates

Opinions

  • Was Theodore Roosevelt too liberal?

    In many ways, Roosevelt made the United States, "united." Theodore Roosevelt was not too liberal Theodore Roosevelt was an American President who was part of the GOP. Theodore Roosevelt helped thrust the United States into the prosperous 1920s. If it hadn't been for the open mind and out-of-the-box approach of Theodore Roosevelt, this never would have happened.

  • Does Republican equal conservative?

    Theodore Roosevelt planned to set out the Square Deal which would of been a smaller New Deal and would of probably prevented the New Deal from ever being necessary. Theodore Roosevelt hated Conservatives and seen them as a corrupt plague on the Republican party. Republicans were classically the more Federal, strong govt.

Polls

  • Teddy Roosevelt or Franklin Roosevelt?

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  • Is the Tea Party destroying the Republican Party?

    They will almost certainly leave before ever reaching that point, in which case we will have a situation much like when Theodore Roosevelt left the Republican Party and started the Bull Moose Party - they will lose a lot of votes, Democrats will win a lot of elections, and eventually one of the two other parties will collapse back into the other.

Forums

  • Point to Point March

    This ideology summed up United States President Theodore Roosevelt and should be practiced by others.

  • How much to bang this?

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q:
    Who was Theodore Roosevelt's Vice President?
  • A:
    Charles W. Fairbanks was the Vice President.
  • Q:
    What Presidency number was the U.S. Vice President, Theodore Roosevelt?
  • A:
    He served under the 25th U.S. President.
  • Q:
    Which books have been composed by writer, Theodore Roosevelt?
  • A:
    Well known books include -
    - National strength and international duty
    - Thomas H. Benton
    - Thomas Hart Benton
    - Theodore Roosevelt, an autobiography
    - American problems
    - Gouverneur Morris
  • Q:
    What is a memorable quote by Theodore Roosevelt?
  • A:
    A famous quote is, "A man must first care for his own household before he can be of use to the state. But no matter how well he cares for his household, he is not a good citizen unless he also takes thought of the state. In the same way, a great nation must think of its own internal affairs; and yet it cannot substantiate its claim to be a great nation unless it also thinks of its position in the world at large."
  • Q:
    Under which United States President did Theodore Roosevelt serve?
  • A:
    He served in William McKinley's administration.
  • Q:
    What ethnicity was Theodore Roosevelt?
  • A:
    Theodore Roosevelt was of Caucasian heritage.
  • Q:
    What religious theology did Theodore Roosevelt subscribe to?
  • A:
    Dutch Reformed Church was Theodore Roosevelt's chosen denomination.
  • Q:
    Where was Theodore Roosevelt born?
  • A:
    Theodore Roosevelt was born in New York.
  • Q:
    Who was Theodore Roosevelt related to?
  • A:
    Theodore Roosevelt's siblings were Bamie Roosevelt, Elliott Roosevelt I and Corinne Roosevelt Robinson.
  • Q:
    How did Theodore Roosevelt die?
  • A:
    He died from cardiovascular disease.

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