Category: US President
Theodore Roosevelt (1858–1919)
Theodore Roosevelt was born on the 27th of October 1858 in Manhattan, New York. Theodore Roosevelt was an American author, politician, naturalist, explorer, soldier, and historian. Theodore Roosevelt served the United States as its twenty-sixth president. Theodore Roosevelt was the founder of the 1912 Progressive Party Rebellion and the head of the Republican Party. Theodore Roosevelt is recognized for his energetic personality, variety of achievements, and interests. Theodore Roosevelt was also known for his headship of the Progressive Movement, his cowboy personality, and healthy maleness.
While Theodore Roosevelt was growing up, he was an unhealthy kid, suffering from asthma. To conquer the physical weakness, Theodore Roosevelt embraced an arduous life. Theodore Roosevelt was schooled at his home and became a keen learner of nature. Theodore Roosevelt studied biology by attending the Harvard College, where he also boxed, and developed a curiosity in naval affairs. Theodore Roosevelt entered politics quickly, determined to turn into an affiliate of the ruling category. Theodore Roosevelt was chosen to the New York State Assembly in 1881, where he developed into a leader of the reform group of the GOP. The Naval War of 1812, the book written by Theodore Roosevelt in 1882, established him as an educated historian and author.
Theodore Roosevelt was heartbroken and in despair due to the death of his mother and Alice, the first wife of Roosevelt, subsequent to offering birth in February 1884 on the same day in the same home. Theodore Roosevelt provisionally left politics and turned into a livestock rancher in the Dakotas. When blizzards damaged his herd, he entered New York City politics, functioning and losing a contest for mayor. In the 1890s, Theodore Roosevelt assumed charge as a vigorous New York City Police Commissioner of the New York City police.
Theodore Roosevelt served as the vice president of the United States in 1897 when William McKinley was the president of the country. Theodore Roosevelt was in charge of administering the U.S. Navy Department. When the war broke out with Spain in 1898, Theodore Roosevelt helped form the renowned Rough Riders, which is a combination of Western cowboys and prosperous Easterners. Theodore Roosevelt gained nationwide fame for his bravery during the Cuba War. Later, Theodore Roosevelt returned to America and was chosen Governor of New York. Theodore Roosevelt was the GOP candidate for the post of Vice President with William McKinley, campaigning effectively against extremism and for national honor, prosperity, imperialism, the gold standard and high tariffs.
Following the assassination of the then president, McKinley, in 1901, Theodore Roosevelt became the President of the United States. Theodore Roosevelt was sworn in as president of the country at the age of 42, which made him the youngest individual to become president of the country. Theodore Roosevelt was also the first President of America to get full-time Secret Service fortification, even though he did not demand it.Theodore Roosevelt endeavored to move the GOP to Progressivism, as well as trust busting and improved business regulation.
Theodore Roosevelt was elected again in November 1904 in a landslide against Alton Brooks Parker, the conservative Democrat. Theodore Roosevelt called his home policies a "Square Deal", assuring a reasonable deal to the normal citizen at the same time as breaking up monopolistic businesses, restraining railroad rates, and assuring pure food and medicines. Theodore Roosevelt was the first American president to protest on conservation, and he extended the system of national forests and national parks to a great extent.
Theodore Roosevelt died on the 6th of January in 1919 at the age of 60 in Oyster Bay, New York.