This was the strong progressive platform Democrats provided for Dr. Woodrow Wilson for the 1912 election. It included calls for stronger antitrust legislation, banking reform, and tariff reductions.
In the 1912 election, TR ran as the candidate for this GOP faction.
Symbolizing the rising political power of women, this woman placed TR's nomination for the 1912 Progressive Republican candidacy.
(William Allen) White
This Kansas journalist, mocking the fervor generated by Roosevelt, said "Roosevelt bit me and I went mad."
This animal came to symbolize Roosevelt's third-party Progressive Republican campaign.
Roosevelt preached this progressive thinker's theories under his New Nationalism campaign. Croly in his 1910 book 'The Promise of American Life' favored continued consolidation of the trusts and labor unions, and the growth of powerful regulatory agencies in Washington.
The Promise of American Life
This book by Herbert Croly contained many of the ideas that Roosevelt preached in his Bull Moose campaign, under his New Nationalism creed.
(Eugene V.) Debs
In the 1912 election, this man polled 900,000 votes for the Socialist party.
Thought that "one should never compromise with wrong."
triple wall of privilege
As president, Wilson called for an all-out assault on this, which included the tariff, the banks, and the trusts.
the tariff, the banks, the trusts
The three components of the "triple wall of privilege" which Wilson advocated against.