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Roosevelt’s ‘New Nationalism’: the evolution of a concept and how history dooms a word

Written by: Pauline Darrieus In summer 1910, Theodore Roosevelt delivers a speech in Kansas about what he calls ‘New Nationalism’, as part of his campaign for the 1912 presidential elections. There, he advocates for institutional reforms to preserve democracy and ensure the accurate representation of all the American people. This speech is set in the […]