How did the Square Deal reflect President Theodore Roosevelt's approach to government?
In the conflict between the miners and the mine owners, in1992, thanks to the arbitration commission suggested by Roosevelt, an agreement was reached, as he called it, Square Deal. As these miners' strikes happened, shortly after Roosevelt became president, the event itself defined his approach to power as an active participant in efforts to solve the country's vital problems peacefully.
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