CH. 16-3 THEODORE ROOSEVELT'S SQUARE DEAL. AMERICAN HISTORY. ROOSEVELT’S VIEW OF THE PRESIDENCY. 1898—Roosevelt becomes Governor of New York NY Political machine opposed Roosevelt Roosevelt is nominated for Vice-President TAKING OFFICE
BULLY PULPIT—a powerful platform to publicize important issues and seek support for his policies
The ruling encouraged the administration to begin an aggressive trust-busting campaign
Other companies marketed patent, or nonprescription, medicines containing dangerous narcotic drugs
PURE FOOD AND DRUG ACT—forbade the manufacture, sale, or transportation of food and patent medicine containing harmful ingredients.