WARRIOR TO PRIEST—PRESIDENTS OF THE EARLY 1900s
Theodore Roosevelt, the "accidental" president, in perspective. His relationship with the press, big business and reform efforts, conservation, his own political party. Contrast of Taft’s style and tenure in office. Progressive Roosevelt challenges both Taft and Wilson in 1912. Wilson solidifies presidential power, walks path between Progressive and Democratic ideals. Foreign policy highlights of the three administrations.
This title is part of the series: THE UNFINISHED NATION, PART II
8 and up
Color and black-and-white