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Source: Freeman
Source type: newspaper
Document type: editorial
Document title: none
Author(s): anonymous
City of publication: Indianapolis, Indiana
Date of publication: 21 September 1901
Volume number: 14
Issue number: 38
Pagination: [4]

[untitled]. Freeman 21 Sept. 1901 v14n38: p. [4].
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Theodore Roosevelt (assumption of presidency: public response); Roosevelt presidency (predictions, expectations, etc.).
Named persons
William McKinley; Theodore Roosevelt.



     Theodore Roosevelt is now President of the United States. He needs no introduction to the American public. His conduct as a private citizen, as an officeholder and as a soldier is well known. It establishes his fitness for the great office which has fallen to him. His speeches have shown the trend of his thoughts along political lines. These stand approved by the people who have never failed to accord him distinguished consideration wherever he has gone. Furthermore he has given it out that he intends to follow well the foot prints of the matchless McKinley as they concern the government’s policies and political activities.
     Colonel Roosevelt, already greatly loved for his brilliancy and well tempered aggressiveness, is expected to perpetuate the popularity of the administration. He is of high capability and gives every promise of maintaining the status quo of the government in all of its recent undertakings and successfully conducting such new ones as may fall his lot as the incumbent of the presidential chair.



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