How the Federal Government’s Power Increased Under Theodore Roosevelt
America has had a lot of presidents throughout it history; moreover, Theodore Roosevelt was one of the most influential presidents. America was in a time where the federal government had a hands off approach to supporting labor. In serious cases the military was use to bust up strikes. America was becoming intertwined with other countries and this left the door open for Roosevelt to set up Americas foreign policy. Under President Theodore Roosevelt the power of federal government increased as the army and navy grew, it became more evolved in private economy and in the general welfare in the lives of America.
President Roosevelt pushed his presidential powers and strengthened the American army and navy; thus, he also let the world know...