President Theodore Roosevelt

President Theodore Roosevelt

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  • Theodore Roosevelt
  • Is time to reform our nation for goods and bands.
  • Meat Inspection Act
  • Oh No! the meat we are eating is not safe .I will make sure that meat is processed under sanitary condition.
  • Pure Food and Drug Act
  • NO more danger!!
  • Theodore Roosevelt was the 26th President in America.He was a proponent of New Nationalism and approached to social problems,big business and labor unions,so that he can regulated corporation.
  • The Trust Buster
  • Roosevelt  was shocked after he discovered how gross many factories were.In order to help with sanitation and overall cleanliness,he pushed for the Meat Inspection Act and authorize the Department of Agriculture to examine meat through local commerce.
  • Protection of National Parks
  • Our world is more beautiful than a this park.People should see to it that they are preservers for their childre's childrens forever.
  • Roosevelt passed another food act,known as the Pure Food and Drug Act.This act dealt with false adversiting of products such as food and medicine.It stopped the sell of products contaminated with dangerous chemical and said lables must be trusthful.
  • National Conservation Commission
  • Roosevelt also took action in the business world.He used executive power to sue the Northern Securities holding company because of the monopolies it held
  • The Justice Department needs to sue the Northern Holding Company!
  • President Roosevelt  spend three days hiking and camping throughout Yosemite National Park with environmentalist John Muir.This trip helped convince Roosevelt to federally protect five national parks and over 150 national forests.
  • Conservation became one of Roosevelt's main concerns.After becoming president he used his authority to protect wildlife by creating the United State Forest Service and establishing 150 national forest,51 federal bird reserves,4national game preserves,5 national parks and 18 national monumets by enabling the American Antiquities Act.
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