Compare And Contrast Theodore Roosevelt And Woodrow Wilson

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Where they really all that different? Theodore Roosevelt Jr. and Thomas Woodrow Wilson, became the 26th and 28th Presidents of the United States (Brinkley, 497,503) and are known as two of the nation’s greatest. On the surface, they appear to be so very completely different in their lifestyles, style of governing and solutions in foreign and domestic policy. Below the surface though, were these two men more alike and fighting for the same goal? Growing up in the mid 1880’s, these two men exhibited some distinct commonalities, however, there were many differences as well. Both men came from loving families, but Roosevelt’s father was a well-to-do businessman and was tutored by private teachers, Wilson, on the other hand, he was raised in the south during the Civil War and…show more content…
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