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The Bully Pulpit: Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and the Golden Age of Journalism Quiz

Doris Kearns Goodwin
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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

Following the 1912 election and creation of the Bull Moose Party, what kind of relationship did Roosevelt and Taft have? (from Chapter 28: "Bosom Friends, Bitter Enemies")

2.

What did Democrat Woodrow Wilson think weere his chances of being elected president? (from Chapter 29: "Armageddon")

3.

Roosevelt drew criticism from within his own party—as well as support—because of his strong personality. Did this criticism come from fear? (from Chapter 10: "That Damned Cowboy is President")

4.

What motivated Roosevelt to start a third party and challenge his old friend Taft? (from Chapter 28: "Bosom Friends, Bitter Enemies")

5.

What was the subject of Ida Tarbell's first big exposé in McClure's Magazine? (from Chapter 11: "The Most Famous Woman in America")

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