Essay heading: Wilsonian Progressivism Vs. Roosevelt Progressivism

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Roosevelt took the credit for gigantic projects that were physically impossible to achieve by one person. As Richard Hofstadter points out in his book, The American Political Tradition, "Roosevelt's determination to enter politics and become a member of the governing class was not inspired by a program of positive aims, but rather by a vague sense of dedication...
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Beyond a conviction that the pure in heart should participate more actively in politics, a disdain for purely material ends, and a devotion to the national State, one can find little deliberate ideology in the early Roosevelt." In other words, Roosevelt might have run for politics for the sake of the name, "The President of the United States...
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