Bull Moose Party: Definition & Platform


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For what reason did Roosevelt turn against his former friend, President William Howard Taft?

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1. Which of the following was NOT an element of Roosevelt's New Nationalism?

2. What was the official title of the Bull Moose Party?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

You'll be able to examine your awareness of topics like Roosevelt's relationship with Taft, New Nationalism, the Bull Moose Party, and Woodrow Wilson's 1912 victory.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

More explicitly, you'll be asked about:

  • Why Roosevelt turned against Taft
  • Components of New Nationalism
  • The Bull Moose Party's formal title
  • A reason Wilson won in 1912
  • Impacts of the Bull Moose Party on the Republican Party

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about the Bull Moose Party
  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding Woodrow Wilson's 1912 election
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding Roosevelt's relationship with Taft

Additional Learning

Go ahead and check out our lesson by the name of Bull Moose Party: Definition & Platform. This lesson covers:

  • Roosevelt, Taft, and the New Nationalism
  • The Bull Moose Party
  • 1912's election