The Unfinished Nation: Chapter 22 “The
Chapter 22 Main Themes:
A thorough study of Chapter Twenty-two should enable the student to understand:
· The nature and extent of Theodore Roosevelt's "square deal" progressivism.
· The similarities and differences between the domestic
progressivism of William Howard Taft and of
· The distinction between conservation and preservation, and why this distinction ultimately triggered the split between Taft and Roosevelt.
· The consequences of the split in the Republican Party in 1912.
· The philosophical and practical differences between
· The differences between Woodrow Wilson's campaign platform and the measures actually implemented during his term.
· The social limits of
· The new direction of American foreign policy
· The similarities and differences between Taft's and Roosevelt's approaches to foreign policy.
· The reasons for the continuation of American
· The unfolding of the diplomatic crisis between
The settling of a labor-management dispute by submission of the issues to an impartial third party empowered to issue a binding settlement. Arbitrators often "split the difference" between competing demands, but they also have the right to choose between the competing demands.
Environmental view espoused by Teddy Roosevelt and Gifford Pinchot which stated that land should be protected for carefully managed development.
Privately owned banks chartered by the national government and operated under federal regulations. State banks, also privately owned, are chartered and regulated by state governments. Most large banks are national banks.
Environmental view espoused by John Muir which stated that land should be protected for its natural beauty and not for its possible human use.