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Chapter Twenty-Two: The Battle for National Reform

Chapter Twenty-Two: The Battle for National Reform

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Chapter Twenty-Two: The Battle for National Reform

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  1. Brinkley, The Unfinished Nation, 4/e Chapter Twenty-Two: The Battle for National Reform

  2. “We are face to face with our destiny and we must meet it with a high and resolute courage.” - Theodore Roosevelt Chapter Twenty-Two:The Battle for National Reform • Theodore Roosevelt and the Modern Presidency • Roosevelt’s Popularity

  3. Chapter Twenty-Two:The Battle for National Reform • Theodore Roosevelt and the Modern Presidency • The Accidental President • Roosevelt’s Vision of Federal Power Assassination of McKinley (Library of Congress)

  4. Chapter Twenty-Two:The Battle for National Reform • Theodore Roosevelt and the Modern Presidency • The Accidental President • Roosevelt’s Vision of Federal Power • Roosevelt Reelected

  5. Chapter Twenty-Two:The Battle for National Reform • Theodore Roosevelt and the Modern Presidency • The Square Deal • Hepburn Railroad Regulation Act

  6. Chapter Twenty-Two:The Battle for National Reform • Theodore Roosevelt and the Modern Presidency • The Square Deal • Hepburn Railroad Regulation Act • Pure Food and Drug Act Advertising The Jungle

  7. Chapter Twenty-Two:The Battle for National Reform • Theodore Roosevelt and the Modern Presidency • Roosevelt and the Environment • Conservation in the West

  8. Chapter Twenty-Two:The Battle for National Reform • Theodore Roosevelt and the Modern Presidency • Roosevelt and the Environment • Conservation in the West • John Muir Theodore Roosevelt and John Muir in Yosemite (Library of Congress)

  9. Chapter Twenty-Two:The Battle for National Reform • Theodore Roosevelt and the Modern Presidency • Roosevelt and the Environment • Conservation in the West • John Muir • Preservation versus “Rational Use” Establishment of National Parks and Forests

  10. Chapter Twenty-Two:The Battle for National Reform • Theodore Roosevelt and the Modern Presidency • Panic and Retirement • J.P. Morgan "A man always has two reasons for what he does --a good one, and the real one.“ - John Pierpont Morgan

  11. Chapter Twenty-Two:The Battle for National Reform • The Troubled Succession • William Howard Taft William Howard Taft(Library of Congress)

  12. Chapter Twenty-Two:The Battle for National Reform • The Troubled Succession • Taft and the Progressives • Payne-Aldrich Tariff

  13. Chapter Twenty-Two:The Battle for National Reform • The Troubled Succession • Taft and the Progressives • Payne-Aldrich Tariff • Pinchot-Ballinger Controversy

  14. Chapter Twenty-Two:The Battle for National Reform • The Troubled Succession • The Return of Roosevelt • Roosevelt’s “New Nationalism”

  15. Chapter Twenty-Two:The Battle for National Reform • The Troubled Succession • Spreading Insurgency

  16. Chapter Twenty-Two:The Battle for National Reform • The Troubled Succession • T.R. vs. Taft • The “Bull Moose” Party (Taft has) “…completely twisted around the policies I advocated and acted upon.” Theodore Roosevelt

  17. Chapter Twenty-Two:The Battle for National Reform • Woodrow Wilson and the New Freedom • Woodrow Wilson • “New Freedom” Election of 1912

  18. Chapter Twenty-Two:The Battle for National Reform • Woodrow Wilson and the New Freedom • The Scholar as President • Income Tax Adopted Woodrow Wilson (Library of Congress)

  19. Chapter Twenty-Two:The Battle for National Reform • Woodrow Wilson and the New Freedom • The Scholar as President • Income Tax Adopted • Federal Trade Commission Act

  20. Chapter Twenty-Two:The Battle for National Reform • Woodrow Wilson and the New Freedom • Retreat and Advance • Midterm Elections of 1914

  21. Chapter Twenty-Two:The Battle for National Reform • Woodrow Wilson and the New Freedom • Retreat and Advance • Midterm Elections of 1914 • Limiting Child Labor

  22. Chapter Twenty-Two:The Battle for National Reform • “The Big Stick”: America and the World,1901 –1917 • Roosevelt and “Civilization” • Justifying Intervention “Speak softly, but carry a big stick.” Theodore Roosevelt

  23. Chapter Twenty-Two:The Battle for National Reform • “The Big Stick”: America and the World,1901 –1917 • Protecting the Open Door in Asia • “Great White Fleet” Theodore Roosevelt in hunting attire(Library of Congress)

  24. Chapter Twenty-Two:The Battle for National Reform • “The Big Stick”: America and the World,1901 –1917 • The Iron-Fisted Neighbor • “Roosevelt Corollary” Announced The United States and Latin America, 1895-1941

  25. Chapter Twenty-Two:The Battle for National Reform • “The Big Stick”: America and the World,1901 –1917 • The Iron-Fisted Neighbor • “Roosevelt Corollary” Announced • Intervention in Cuba

  26. Chapter Twenty-Two:The Battle for National Reform • “The Big Stick”: America and the World,1901 –1917 • The Panama Canal • Panamanian Revolt

  27. Chapter Twenty-Two:The Battle for National Reform • “The Big Stick”: America and the World,1901 –1917 • Taft and “Dollar Diplomacy” • Nicaragua Occupied

  28. Chapter Twenty-Two:The Battle for National Reform • “The Big Stick”: America and the World,1901 –1917 • Diplomacy and Morality • Intervention in Haiti and the Dominican Republic

  29. Chapter Twenty-Two:The Battle for National Reform • “The Big Stick”: America and the World,1901 –1917 • Diplomacy and Morality • Intervention in Haiti and the Dominican Republic • Recognition Withheld

  30. Chapter Twenty-Two:The Battle for National Reform • “The Big Stick”: America and the World,1901 –1917 • Diplomacy and Morality • Intervention in Haiti and the Dominican Republic • Recognition Withheld • Veracruz Incident

  31. Chapter Twenty-Two:The Battle for National Reform • “The Big Stick”: America and the World,1901 –1917 • Diplomacy and Morality • Intervention in Haiti and the Dominican Republic • Recognition Withheld • Veracruz Incident • Pershing Expedition