An Research of the Spanish-American Battle and Assassination of President McKinley

U.S. History Spanish-Amerincan Battle With the assassination of President McKinley, Theodore Roosevelt, nearly 43, started to be the youngest President in the Nation's

history. He brought new excitement and capacity to the Presidency, as he vigorously led Congress and the American consumer toward progressive reforms and a strong

foreign policy. He took the watch that the President as a "steward of the persons" should take whatever actions necessary for the general public good unless expressly forbidden by

law or the Constitution." I did so not usurp electric power," he wrote, "but I did so greatly broaden the use of executive power." Teddy's years as a child weren't all gasping for

breath. Teddy was a very curious kid. He loved to move outside in to the woods and watch and analysis birds and the encompassing wildlife. He liked to record data about the

animals, and enjoyed experimenting. When he was raised, he wrote books about nature, and went on journeys to the mountains of NY quite often. Teddy and his father

believed Teddy could conquer his sickness. Mr. Roosevelt create a fitness center in the Roosevelt's house. Teddy exercised a lot more, and after some time started to get

stronger. But none of this happened immediately. When Teddy visited Harvard for college, he and a pal published a book known as "Summer Birds of The Adirondacks."

During college, Teddy as well was deeply saddened when his father