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Theodore Roosevelt and the Western Experience

Theodore Roosevelt and the Western Experience

This is a photograph of Theodore Roosevelt as a soldier. The picture was taken in 1898, about the time of the Spanish American War.

This is a photograph of Theodore Roosevelt as a soldier. The picture was taken in 1898, about the time of the Spanish American War.

Theodore Roosevelt (1858–1919) became a national hero during the Spanish-American War as the leader of the "Rough Riders." As Republican governor of New York, he outlawed racial segregation in public schools. In 1900, he was elected vice president under William McKinley. After McKinley’s assassination in 1901, he became president and was reelected three years later.

Theodore Roosevelt (1858–1919) became a national hero during the Spanish-American War as the leader of the "Rough Riders." As Republican governor of New York, he outlawed racial segregation in public schools. In 1900, he was elected vice president under William McKinley. After McKinley’s assassination in 1901, he became president and was reelected three years later.

1960 Debate:  JFK vs. Nixon

1960 Debate: JFK vs. Nixon

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