Roosevelt's Contribution Of Opposition To The Political Parties Of The Progressive Party

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The Progressive Party or the Bull Moose Party campaigned as much as thirty-eight states, which was more than any of the other opponents. There was many competition with the candidates’ and their opponents. One way Teddy campaigned was by addressing speeches to gain voter’s interest. Earlier on the day, before his speech, Roosevelt came to a stop in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He wore his Army coat and in his pocket, he carried his 50 page speech, which was folded double to fit his inside pocket. As Teddy was walking to his car in the backseat, a crowd of people came up to him. While he was trying to get into his car, he stood up and waved his hat in acknowledgement. Concurrently with this event, a man at close range fired a colt .38 pistol towards

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