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between the presidential campaign rhetoric and policies of presidents while in office at the end of an election period with particular attention to the eventual winner of the 1912 election Woodrow Wilson.
Theodore Roosevelt was formerly a Republican but he ran as the standard bearer of the Progressive party after bolting from the Republican party while Woodrow Wilson, the governor of New Jersey, was the Democratic candidate and final winner of the 1912 US election. Unlike, Roosevelt, Wilson was not only a Ph. D holder, but also a gilded professor and president of Princeton University, attributes that highly conformed with the progressive’s belief in higher education as the means to reforming the American democracy. Nonetheless, both candidates shared their generation’s ideals and enthusiasm for progressivism, a reformists’ attempt to enhance the role of government in the lives of the American people; undoubtedly, these two figures stand out as the principal architects of the modern American politics. With the phenomenon of increasing private economic power in the 19th century as a result of the wave of corporate mergers, corporate management increasingly asserted its own interests at the expense of the people. Driven by progressive ideals in the progressive era, both candidates acknowledged the need to defend the interests of the general public from the deprivation of the private corporations; in that respect, both candidates were in agreement that the government was supposed to play an active role in regulating the economy. Nonetheless, the political vision of these two leaders differed greatly since unlike Wilson, Roosevelt was more interested in government intervention in the economy; precisely, Roosevelt sought to create regulatory agencies to oversee business while exploiting government power using measures like minimum wage to help the people. Roosevelt believed that the government must supervise and regulate the corporations to ensure that they act
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Education is not specified or limited within the narrow walls of age, and it is not marred by any geographical location. This has made it liberal, universal and more accessible. The lucidity of the system and its de-institutionalization has made it readily available to people across the globe and in its true sense enabled the light of education percolate into every strata of society.
Her father is described as a weak individual and is not a prominent character in the story (Perrault). More focus is kept on Cinderella and her fairy Godmother. The Fairy Godmother keeps on telling Cinderella to be a good girl and Cinderella listens to her.
George is very athletic while John is the geek in the group. The latter has interests in computers and knowledge in general, while the former plays football and recently made it to be the school’s first team as a quarter back. We are currently in the same school though different classes but share every opportunity in between the lessons and available free time to chat and share jokes.
Reformists ensured changes in a democracy where they advocated for proper representation of the people through voting (Henretta & David 311). The voting procedures were such that all citizens would participate and hence exercise their rights of democracy
Furthermore, the individual GDP of India, China, Germany, Japan, and the United States has surpassed the total GDP of the 22 Arab league countries.
This second table compares the total GDP of Israel with the total GDP of the Occupied