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Square Deal

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Square Deal by Theodore Roosevelt is a comprehensive and engaging look at the progressive policies of one of America's most dynamic presidents. Roosevelt's dedication to conservation, corporate regulation, and consumer protection is clearly outlined in this book, providing insights into his lasting impact on American society.

Through detailed analysis and historical context, the author underscores Roosevelt's commitment to fairness and equity in the face of a rapidly changing industrial landscape. His efforts to balance the interests of labor and business, as well as to promote social justice and environmental stewardship, are a testament to his vision for a more equitable society.

With its well-researched narrative and compelling arguments, Square Deal offers a valuable perspective on the challenges and opportunities of progressive governance. It is a must-read for anyone interested in the history of American politics and the legacy of one of its most influential leaders.

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Theodore Roosevelt became the 26th president of the United States when president William McKinley was assassinated in 1901. As the youngest president, Roosevelt advanced the progressive Republican program known as the “Square Deal” focused on conservation of natural resources, control of corporations, and consumer protection. Expanding on this theme, “The matter contained is this book has been carefully prepared from the many addresses by the President, the aim being to bring under each specific head the ideas expressed on many occasions, by Horace Markle.” Topics range from The Farmer to World Peace, and The Essence of Christian Character. - Summary by Larry Wilson

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