Theodore Roosevelt's Expansion Into A Social War

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I think President Theodore Roosevelt was worried about the strike because of its potential to expand into a social war. President Theodore Roosevelt responded by calling a meeting in Washington to discuss the problem. He asked for immediate resumption in the coal mines to meet the needs of the people. I believe that owners do not have the right to do business with unfair wages and dangerous working conditions. Many people believe that which was the reason for the coal strike because the workers wanted higher wages and shorter work days. But the mine operators complained that profits were low. Business owners if they had to live off the wages that their employees live with and worked in the conditions there would be much change. Some people
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