President Ted Story Board

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  • Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th President
  • Hey.
  • Trust Busting
  • Trusts
  • Regulating Food and Drugs
  • Theodore Roosevelt was born on October 27, 1858 and became president of the United States at the age of 42. He served two terms as president after the assassination of William McKinley.
  • Pure Food and Drug Act
  • We are now serving reliable foods and drugs to everyone!
  • During Theodore Roosevelt's presidency, he filed forty four antitrust suits. He was not the biggest fan of trusts, but his successor, Taft, hated them more. Trusts controlled about 80% of the industries during that time.
  • National Reclamation Act
  • While reading a book, it occurred to Theodore Roosevelt that what they had been putting into foods was harmful. He decided to take action and make a change. He pushed for the Meat Inspection Act. This allowed for a change in the sanitation of the meats and the meats were packaged healthier/cleaner than ever before.
  • Goodbye Theodore
  • In 1906, Roosevelt was shocked about how food and drugs were being advertised. They were being falsely advertised which was lying to the consumer and Roosevelt did not approve. Food and drugs contained chemicals that could harm the consumers. Roosevelt took action and put a stop to unlabeled and unsafe foods.
  • In 1902 the "Newlines Act" helped fund large immigration projects. Examples of these immigration projects were the Roosevelt Dam and the Shoshone Dam. As a result of the National Reclamation Act, the federal government would manage the water resources.
  • Welcome to the Roosevelt Dam!!!
  • In 1909, America had to let go. Theodore Roosevelt finished his second term as president and had to say his goodbyes. On January 6, 1919, America has to undergo a devastation loss to Theodore Roosevelt. His mission was complete.
  • The Greatest
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