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Roosevelt won re-election in 1904, and would certainly have won again in 1908 if he had not stood down in favour of his friend and protégé William Howard Taft (who went on. We must fashion a new.

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The schism between conservatives and moderates that exists in the party today stems from Roosevelt’s walk-out at the 1912 convention, when the party re-nominated President William Howard Taft.

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in which the government could fine-tune economic policy to steer tax breaks to favored groups and extract money from others. The amendment, ratified on Feb. 3, 1913, in the waning days of Republican.

The neo-Brandeisians (whom Wright derisively calls the “hipster antitrust movement”) believe that the antitrust laws were written not solely to deal with consumer welfare or purely for economic.

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Theodore Roosevelt (1901-1909) was manically anti-free enterprise, and William Howard Taft (1909-1913) gave us the death tax. The next four presidents didn’t have a clue about sound economic policy.

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It is hard to imagine a more disastrous social and economic policy, but the ongoing War on Drugs is certainly. So why does the war continue? As President William Howard Taft noted, “No tendency is.

William Howard Taft was elected the 27th President of the United States. accused of failing to carry out Roosevelt’s conservation policies. In the angry Progressive onslaught against him, little.

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Roosevelt battled over economic policy. And Theodore Roosevelt fiercely and publicly criticized his successor William Howard Taft after leaving office. But the nature of the criticism that Trump has.

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John Taft is no stranger to politics. A self-described "genetic Republican," he is a great-grandson of President William Howard Taft, grandson of Ohio. based in his belief that equality makes great.

Roosevelt battled over economic policy. And Theodore Roosevelt fiercely and publicly criticized his successor William Howard Taft after leaving office. But the nature of the criticism that Trump has.

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Only two men without previous time in major elective office or the military have been president, Herbert Hoover and William Howard Taft, and both had held Cabinet. according to the Economic Policy.