Woodrow Wilson, Theodore Wilson And Theodore Roosevelt

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Americans were getting more and more concerned about the rapid industrialization, urbanization, immigration, and government corruption. This created an entire movement called progressivism. Progressivism began as several local movements that enveloped several different approaches to try and improve the smooth functioning of society. These small scale local programs became more and more widespread until it became a national movement. From the 1890’s to the 1920’s the Progressive Era took full effect. The presidency became the most important medium for national reform. The first progressive president was Theodore Roosevelt then next came Woodrow Wilson.
Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson were two of America’s most celebrated presidents during the 1900’s. The two shared a pledge to enacting major social reforms. Both Wilson and Roosevelt raised the indignation of big business with a succession of a major regulatory reforms. For all their agreement on domestic policy, Roosevelt and Wilson differed sharply on foreign policy. Even though Roosevelt and Wilson usually agreed on of policy, it is difficult to imagine two men with more different personalities. Roosevelt was a war hero and created the American conservation movement. While Roosevelt was famous for his boldness, Wilson's style was reserved and intellectual.
The 26th president of the United States was Theodore Roosevelt. He served from 1901- 1909. Teddy Roosevelt became President after the assassination of William
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