Theodore Roosevelt's first major trust-busting victory resulted from a suit brought against A. the Northern Securities Company. B. the American Tobacco Company. C. the DuPont Corporation. D. Standard Oil. Is it A?

9,110 results
  1. American history

    Use the quotation and your knowledge of social studies to answer the following question. “Finally, in our progress toward a resumption of work we require two safeguards against a return of the evils of the old order; there must be a strict supervision of

  2. History

    "The Daily News- March 14, 1904 Supreme Court Rules Northern Securities in Violation of Sherman Antitrust Act" Which statement best explains the significance of the newspaper headline? a.)The ruling provided a legal basis for strengthening labor unions.

  3. Probability

    The newest invention of the 6.041x staff is a three-sided die. On any roll of this die, the result is 1 with probability 1/2, 2 with probability 1/4, and 3 with probability 1/4. Consider a sequence of six independent rolls of this die. 1. Find the

  4. social studies

    Many historians consider Theodore Roosevelt's greatest achievement to be.........?

  5. Social Studies

    Which of the following best summarizes Hoover’s and Roosevelt’s policies? A. Hoover was most concerned about stabilizing the banks, while Roosevelt chose to provide jobs. B. Hoover believed in providing public works and welfare, while Roosevelt wanted

  6. AP U.S. History Foreign Policy

    What were the essential principles of the Theodore Roosevelt's foreign policy, and how did he apply them to specific situations? he believed in the more developed nations helping those that were more underdeveloped. He used the army to help countries like

  7. History

    Theodore Roosevelt's taking of the Panama Canal Zone is an example of: Select one: a. his ability to "speak softly". b. his belief in intervening with the sole purpose to "uplift" the peoples of Central America. c. his belief in "liberal internationalism"

  8. Social Studies (Ms. Sue)

    What did President Roosevelt mean by a "square deal," and how did he try to achieve it? My answer: By a "square deal," President Roosevelt meant fairness, as he saw the government as an empire, for workers, customers, and big business. To ensure both this

  9. Social Studies

    What did the expression “Square Deal” refer to as used by Theodore Roosevelt in regard to the federal government?

  10. Social Studies (Reed)(Check)

    What was the difference between Roosevelt’s philosophy about the role of government in the depression and Hoover and republican’s philosophy about the role of government in the depression? How did they differ on how to help people? A: The difference

  11. social studies

    Theodore Roosevelt wanted to build a canal in Central America. Why was there opposition to Roosevelt's plan?

  12. history

    how did the south with fewer supplies and resources manage to stall a northern victory for four years?

  13. SOCIAL studies

    What was the significance of the battle of Antietam A) it was the first battle of the civil war B) it was a confederate victory and secured great britains aid for the south C) it was the bloodiest day in American history D) it liberated Maryland from

  14. Math probabilty

    An amusement park, Dino World, considering adding some new attractions, conducted a study over several typical days and found that, of 10,000 families entering the park, 1020 brought just one child (defined as younger than age 12), 3370 brought two

  15. help on essay

    i have to write an essay on theodore roosevelt the question is theodore roosevelt the first modern president. outline: i think it should be 1. introduction 2. view of presidency 3. regulating big business 4. environmental conservation 5. conclusion.

  16. american history

    How did the Woodfrow Wilson's reform platform during the 1912 campaign differ from that of Theodore Roosevelt?

  17. History

    Which event resulted from the company cut the workers' wage five times, but not cutting their expenses, leading to terrible violence resulted when federal troops came? the creation of the Populist Party the Pullman Strike the first breakup of a trust by

  18. Indiana History

    why was clark's victory at fort sackville important to westward expansion? -It gave Americans access to the land east of the Appalachian Mountains. -It resulted in a victory that forced Great Britain to allow the colonies to become a new country. -It

  19. american history

    What successful northern naval victory stongly proved the value of sea power?

  20. world history

    In which way did the northern Renaissance differ from the Italian Renaissance? A. The northern Renaissance included works of art containing religious imagery. *** B. The northern Renaissance featured minimal influence by wealthy patrons and overseas trade.

  21. Social Studies

    Theodore Roosevelt's first major trust-busting victory resulted from a suit brought against A. the Northern Securities Company. B. the American Tobacco Company. C. the DuPont Corporation. D. Standard Oil. Is it A?

  22. History

    I am not very sure as to what I should say but I kind of have an Idea but I need some one to lend a hand putting it all together into a paragraph written answer not an essay, but it is worth 100 points, this help would be greatly appreciated! NOTE! I am

  23. Texas High

    Which statement best summarizes the outcome of the election of 1876? Answer The Republicans traded the presidency in exchange for railroad monopolies. the Democrats failed to win because Tilden was an unpopular candidate. The South exchanged the presidency

  24. History

    Why did Theodore Roosevelt mediate the russo-japanese war?

  25. Ap history

    Which of the following is not an accurate matching of a U.S. President and his foreign policy? A.Franklin Roosevelt: Monroe Doctrine and the "speak softly and carry a big stick" policy B. Wilson: Moral Diplomacy C.Taft: Dollar Diplomacy D.Theodore

  26. Reading

    His first fight was for his health and vigor. It all began at the age of nine. As a child, he was weak and thin because of his asthma. His father, the first Theodore, motivated him to fight his ill health. On the third floor of the house in New York where

  27. History

    Which event resulted from the company cut the workers' wage five times, but not cutting their expenses, leading to terrible violence resulted when federal troops came? the creation of the Populist Party the first breakup of a trust by the government the

  28. history

    why did Rosevelt write this: "do what you can with what you have where you are". Thank-you President Theodore Roosevelt said this to remind people that they don't need to wait to accomplish their goals. Start now with what you have available to begin to do

  29. Consumer Math

    Which ones of these are true about a living trust. (there can be more than 1) 1. A living trust is established while the owner of the property or money put in trust is still alive. 2. When the minor children reach a certain age, the living trust is always

  30. finance

    St. Luke’s Convalescent Center has $200,000 in surplus funds that it wishes to invest in marketable securities. If transaction costs to buy and sell the securities are $2,200 and the securities will be held for three months, what required annual yield

  31. what about now

    A modern person is defined as a someone who advocates or practices a departure from traditional styles or values. Theodore Roosevelt was a modern president by starting political policies that are reflective of our society now. His policies included Square

  32. civics

    The result of the Battle of Bunker Hill was a/an A. narrow victory for the Americans. B. inconclusive end. C. unqualified British victory. D. clear victory for the Americans. B?

  33. verb usage

    In the sentence: The Romans,too,----- ceremonial dancing to Italy from Greece, used it in theatrical performances. The answers are: a.Have brought, b.having brought, c.brought, d. had brought. I think the answer is b. having brought but am not sure. If

  34. Accounting

    Available-for-sale securities are securities that management expects to sell in the future, but are not actively traded for profit. A.True B.False

  35. social studies

    Drag and drop the most important steps toward Allied victory in Europe and the Pacific. Some choices may not be used. the blitzkrieg on Poland the capture of Berlin by the Soviets the capture of the Netherlands in 1940 the bombing of Pearl Harbor the

  36. american history

    Theodore Roosevelt's first major trust-busting victory resulted from a suit brought against____

  37. ELA

    Jackie was asked to present to the members of the Outdoors Club about the impact that Theodore Roosevelt had on U.S. National Parks. While doing research on her topic, she found a few sources to help her to get started on her presentation. Which source is

  38. History

    1. In 1916, Woodrow Wilson ordered General John J. Pershing to lead U.S. troops into Mexico to capture A. Francisco Madero. B. Victoriana Huerta. (C. Pancho Villa.) D. Porfirio Diaz. 2. The last of Wilson's Fourteen Points called for (A. the creation of a

  39. American History

    1. Believing that truth is what works for actual real people, Harvard psychologist William James developed the philosophy of (A. pragmatism.) B. social progressivism. C. radical progressivism. D. social idealism. 2. Which of the following was true of

  40. social studies

    what are three things that theodore roosevelt feared? what are three thing that theodore roosevelt would like to do?

  41. political science

    Which of the following is NOT considered a critical election? William McKinley (1896) Theodore Roosevelt (1904) Abraham Lincoln (1860) Franklin Roosevelt (1932)

  42. Social Studies

    Why was the Battle of Midway a turning point in World War II? A. It forced Japan to surrender. B. It represented the last major Axis victory. C. It was the first major defeat for Japan in the Pacific. D. It brought the United States into the war. ** please

  43. Social Studies

    Progressives like La Follette wanted voters to participate more directly in goverment. Since Andrew Jackson's time, party leaders had picked candidates for local and state offices. Progressives called, instead, for primaries. In a primary, Votes choose

  44. History

    theodore roosevelt modern president?

  45. Social Studies

    I am looking for facts about Theodore Roosevelt for a project.

  46. social studies

    Why was Theodore Roosevelt an American Hero?

  47. SOCIAL STUDIES

    WHY WAS THEODORE ROOSEVELT AMERICAN HERO

  48. history

    Theodore Roosevelt’s life was perhaps the perfect symbol for the United States. Which of the following was he not known for

  49. College History

    I have quite a few that I couldn't figure out on my assignment. 1) The leading symbol of reforming state governments in rhe early 1900's was A) Theodore Roosevelt B) Woodrow Wilson C) Robert La Follette D) Upton Sinclair 2) Wilson's first dealings with

  50. us history

    how did woodrow wilson's reform platform during the 1912 campaign differ from that of theodore roosevelt?

  51. history

    With the vital assistance of _______, Theodore Roosevelt established the first comprehensive national conservation policy

  52. social studies

    With the vital assistance of _______, Theodore Roosevelt established the first comprehensive national conservation policy

  53. History

    With the vital assistance of blank Theodore Roosevelt established the first comprehensive national conservation policy

  54. ms. sue

    A modern person is defined as a someone who advocates or practices a departure from traditional styles or values. Theodore Roosevelt was a modern president by starting political policies that are reflective of our society. His policies included regulating

  55. US History

    Who was a more effective progressive - Woodrow Wilson or Theodore Roosevelt? That sounds like an opinion question to me. Look up some facts on google about what each of them did during their presidency.

  56. History

    How did President Theodore Roosevelt put his progressive activism to work toward big business, conservation, and international affairs?

  57. History

    Can anybody help me figure out what is progressive and considered progressivism in this video. American Experience TR, The Story of Theodore Roosevelt Part4 4 PBS Documentary

  58. History

    Can someone please help me with these questions? Thanks What issues did each of the four 1912 presidential candidate espouse? ... Woodrow Wilson, William Howard Taft, Theodore Roosevelt, Eugene Debs

  59. politcal science

    Who is the only third-party candidate to win more than 25% of the popular vote? Question 7 options: Millard Fillmore Theodore Roosevelt George Wallace Ralph Nader

  60. history

    9. What three events proved that Theodore Roosevelt spoke softly but carried a big stick? Check this site. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_stick_diplomacy

  61. History

    Can anybody help me figure out things that happen that relate to Progressivism and the Progressive Era in this video? American Experience TR, The Story of Theodore Roosevelt Part4 4 PBS Documentary

  62. U.S. History

    theodore roosevelt modern president? modern like what did he do differently than other presidents

  63. Math

    Question: You are randomly dealt 5 cards from a standard deck of 52 playing cards. What is the probability that you have at least 4 cards of the same suit? My solution: 4 [ P(4 of the same suit) ] - because there are 4 different ways to get 4 of the same

  64. history

    constitutional amendment initiates a national income tax passed by which one: Theodore Roosevelt Woodrwo Wilson William Taft I think it is Taft

  65. history US

    Theodore roosevelt was nominated for vice-president because a. he had campaigned energetically for the post. b. mark hanna wanted him. c. the new york bosses schemed to get rid of him. d. his conservatism would offset mckinley's liberalism.

  66. history

    I'm stuck between two answers on this question, and was wondering if someone could help me out. My textbook isn't really clear on the answer either, so I will highlight parts of the paragraphs I read that led me to the answers I'm stuck on. I'd really

  67. Social Studies

    With the vital assistance of _______, Theodore Roosevelt established the first comprehensive national conservation policy. A. Gifford Pinchot B. Samuel Hopkins Adams C. Upton Sinclair D. William Howard Taft Is it A?

  68. social studies

    With the vital assistance of _______, Theodore Roosevelt established the first comprehensive national conservation policy. A. Upton Sinclair B. William Howard Taft C. Gifford Pinchot D. Samuel Hopkins Adams

  69. English

    can someone please proofready my essay and fix any grammar errors I make have Thanks. Frederick Douglass had rough transition from freedom to slavery. His journey changed from oppression to freedom. He did not know what God had planned for his life, but he

  70. History

    Efficiency was a central theme of the reform movement. Who of the following was not an example of someone striving to examine every aspect of life itself and determine, often through new scientific principles, how to do more work with less energy? (Points

  71. HISTORY

    which president filed the most anti trust suits mckinley teddy roosevelt taft woodrwo wilson cleveland

  72. Social Studies

    Farmers who farm in the northern Indo-Gangetic plain in South Asia rely more massively on A. drenching rain brought by cool air B. essential moisture brought by monsoons C. water carried by rivers which comes from the Himalayas. C?

  73. u.s. history

    How did the South, with fewer supplies and resources, manage to stall a Northern victory for four years?

  74. social studies

    how did the south with fewer supplies and resores manage to stall a northern victory for four years?

  75. History

    When Theodore Roosevelt failed to win the Republican nomination for president, he and his supporters formed their own political party: the Progressive Party. Select one: True False I think true

  76. business law

    The state legislature where Brighton was governor passed a statute giving him the power to nullify the Bill of Rights of the U.S. Constitution. Brighton exercised this power by eliminating the First Amendment. He then shut down all state newspapers that

  77. Physics

    5. A skier wearing a fully-body ski suit of surface area 1.8 m2 is losing heat by convective and radiation processes off the surface of the ski suit at a rate of 95 W. Given that the suit is filled with goose down 15 mm thick with a thermal conductivity of

  78. Social Studies

    12. What is one cost that victory in the cold war brought to the united states?

  79. Social Studies

    If there is collision between the president and Congress, can Congress restrain the president in foreign policy making? It's very difficult, but sometimes Congress can influence the president on foreign policy. This website goes into a lot of details about

  80. finace

    St. Luke’s Convalescent Center has $200,000 in surplus funds that it wishes to invest in marketable securities. If transaction costs to buy and sell the securities are $2,200 and the securities will be held for three months, what required annual yield

  81. Finance

    St. Luke’s Convalescent Center has $200,000 in surplus funds that it wishes to invest in marketable securities. If transaction costs to buy and sell the securities are $2,200 and the securities will be held for three months, what required annual yield

  82. health care finance

    St. Luke’s Convalescent Center has $200,000 in surplus funds that it wishes to invest in marketable securities. If transaction costs to buy and sell the securities are $2,200 and the securities will be held for three months, what required annual yield

  83. FIN3373

    ST. Luke's Convalescent Center has $200,000 in surplus funds that it wishes to invest in marketable securities. If transaction costs to buy and sell the securities are $2,200 and the securities will be held for three months, what required annual yield must

  84. history

    what is one cost that victory in the cold war brought to the united states? please help asap!!

  85. Finance

    Interest rates on 2-year Treasury securities are currently 5.00%, while 5-year Treasury securities yield 10.00%. If the pure expectations theory is correct, what does the market believe that 3-year securities will be yielding 2 years from now?

  86. Us GOVERNMENT

    “The need for collecting large campaign funds would vanish [go away] if Congress provided an appropriation [federal money] for the proper . . . expenses of each of the great national parties, an appropriation ample [large] enough to meet the necessity

  87. history

    the victory at yorktown in 1781: 1. ended the fighting in America 2. was solely the result of american arms 3. resulted from french control of the sea 4. induced george III to make peace promptly I think it is 4

  88. writeacher or ms.sue help

    A modern person is defined as a someone who advocates or practices a departure from traditional styles or values. Theodore Roosevelt was a modern president by starting political policies that were reflective of our society now, in terms of equality. His

  89. history

    “The results of this victory are priceless... The charm of Robert E. Lee’s invincibility is broken.” - George Strong The quotation above was most likely written in response to ___. • The fall of Petersburg to Confederate forces • The Confederate

  90. history

    what type of government would J.K. Rowling be in? what type of government would mao tse-tung be in? what type of government would William r. bowon be in? what type of government would Theodore Roosevelt be in?

  91. Math

    Edward H. White, the first astronaut to spend 20 minutes free-floating in space, had to wear a special suit to protect him from heat, radiation, and particles. the number of layers in his suit is the number that is the only palindrome between 12 and 30.

  92. sociol studies

    is it true that gettysburg was a major union victory that occured in early july 1863

  93. English

    Select the letter of the answer that best corrects the element in parentheses. Answer should reflect clearest and concise wording and not change the meaning of the sentence. He agreed to to interview the candidate (waiting in the lobby in the red suit.)

  94. history

    how did Woodrow Wilson's reform platform during the 1912 campaign differ from that of Theodore Roosevelt? a. Wilson supported federal regulation of business b. Wilson promised to preserve free economic competition c. Wilson supported tariff reduction d.

  95. Social Studies

    "If we intend to stay hands off to the powers of europe, then sooner or later we must keep to ourselves" What future US policy toward Latin America is suggested by this quotation from Theodore Roosevelt? I was thinking the answer would be: The united

  96. history

    i really need help on this, i've been trying to answer it for so long, please help me How did Woodrow Wilson's reform platform during the 1912 campaign differ from that of Theodore Roosevelt? a. Wilson supported federal regulation of business b. Wilson

  97. Ashford University

    I have (10) questions in History (HIS-204). 1. What is Leon Czolgosz most remembered for? (Points : 1) Anarchism Assassination Socialism Terrorism 2. At the end of the Spanish-American War, what defined the way that the United States attempted to exert its

  98. Social Studies (Check, Please!)

    1. What groups did Roosevelt's last New Deal programs try to help? A: Roosevelt's last New Deal programs tried to help the nation's poor and tenant farmers. 2. What was the legacy of Roosevelt's New Deal? A: The New Deal expanded the role of the federal

  99. Business Law

    Narria Investments Ltd. filed a suit in a Texas State Court against several defendants, including Harveston Securities Inc., a securities dealer. Harvestons is registered with the state of Texas and thus may be served with a summons and a copy of a

  100. u.s.history

    Module 4: Topics and Objectives Industrialization, Immigration, the American West, and the Progressive Era Describe and evaluate the Industrial Revolution and its social, political, economic, and cultural impacts on Americans. Describe and examine the

Pages

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  6. 6
  7. 7
  8. 8
  9. 9
  10. 10
  11. 11
  12. 12
  13. 13
  14. 14
  15. 15
  16. 16
  17. 17
  18. 18
  19. 19
  20. 20