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FC: Theodore Roosevelt By: Sabrina Esposito
1: Theodore Roosevelt thought he spotted Big Foot while he was hunting for game, when he was morning his beloved wife and mother.
2: Roosevelt was barely 43 when he was elected into the White House, making him the youngest President to be elected. He was President McKinnley's vice president. After the assassination of McKinnley, Roosevelt became President. He wanted people to be included in world politics. He pretty much got almost everybody who was anybody involved in the world politics.
3: In 1884, his first wife, Alice Lee Roosevelt, and his mother, both died on the same date. He took "time off" for two years to swallow his grief. In 1886, on a visit to Londen, he met his second wife and was married almost instantly to Edith Carow in December.
4: Theodore's famous quote was "Speak softly and carry a big stick..." Actually, he has many, many quotes that he has. most of them inspire everybody now-a-days. To be honest, one of my favorite quotes is actually from him.
5: Let I mind you. This is not my handwriting. But this is actually my favorite quote.
6: As you could probably already tell, Theodore Roosevelt was the one who created the The Square Deal. He wanted everybody to be treated equally. | He wanted all the local businesses, consumers, and labors to be treated equally. No matter what their race or color of their skin.
8: Theodore was highly against the trusts that Tweed used. He felt that it wasn't right to make promises to people and just not fulfill the promises.
9: He wanted people to know the truth about the government and not be lying to people about something that is just not worth lying about. Like the protection of our country.
10: I think that Roosevelt was a successful president. But he also made world mistakes just like every other president. But he is most famous and known for protecting the environment, the food and drug companies, and protecting the consumer. He made the Meat Inspection Act which required federal government inspection of meat shipped across state lines; Pure Food and Drug Act which forbade the manufacture, sale, or transportation of food and patent medicine containing harmful ingredients; and the National Park Service which was created in 1916 that conserved the national parks in a specific area.