Unformatted text preview: • Hepburn Act, 1906- enforced ICC action against railroad industry- set rates and prevented discriminatory practices • Food and Drug Act, 1905 • Roosevelt arbitrates Sino-Japanese war and wins Nobel Prize with theory of equilibrium • Using Executive Powers of the President, Roosevelt sets aside 100 million acres for national parks. • Roosevelt and Foreign Policy • Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine • If a country did not “behave” the United states would intervene to protect national interests and interests of its European allies. • 1905- U.S. takes control of customs office in Dominican Republic to pay country’s creditors •...
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- Spring '11
- Theodore Roosevelt, President of the United States, Teddy Roosevelt Platform