of the overthrow of Kingdom of Hawaii Now secure in its power, the republican government turned its attention to international relations and trade. With Vanderbilt's help, a young adventurer named William Walker set out with fifty-seven followers to conquer Nicaragua. The American takeover meant the Philippine Revolution bled into the PhilippineAmerican War, as Filipinos fought for their independence, but.S. In New Jersey, Democrat Woodrow Wilson was elected governor, and Harding lost his race in Ohio. White did not retire, dying in office on May 19, 1921.
Taft was elected president in 1908, the chosen successor of Theodore Roosevelt, but was defeated for re-election by Woodrow Wilson in 1912 after Roosevelt split the.
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Jeffrey Rosen's work on the presidency of William Howard Taft proved an interesting look at a man chiefly remembered for his massive weight (over 300 pounds) as well as being the only person who served as both President and Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
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Nevertheless, he wrote that he expected Taft to be renominated by the Republicans in 1912, and did not speak of himself as a candidate. "Taft Joins Home Guard to Defend Connecticut". One man died from the heat before the battle began. Clarke dissented without opinion. He walked free later that year. John Hay, now Secretary of State, had an idea. Bridges, Linda; Coyne, John. Wisconsin Senator La Follette announced a presidential run as a Republican, and was backed by a convention of progressives. Pinchot was determined to dramatize the issue by forcing his own dismissal, which Taft tried to avoid, fearing that it might cause a break with Roosevelt (still overseas).
Hunt supported publication Facts Forum. Nicaraguans confidently expected the canal, and they gladly accepted loans and payments based on its eventual construction.