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Talking 'bout Teddy: Theodore Roosevelt Symposium focuses on historic third-party run

Published 09/16/2012, The Dickinson Press

America has almost always had two political parties — the Federalists vs. the Democratic-Republicans, the Jacksonian Democrats vs. the Whigs, and the modern Democrats vs. Republicans — but when the 26th president didn’t support the way his successor was running the country, he founded his own party.

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