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The Roosevelt Policy V1
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William Griffith
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Documents or Speeches from 1899 to1905 volume 1. No public servant has ever given his opinion so freely as you will see in these four volumes by Griffith. Theodore Roosevelt believed that the voters should know what they were voting for on Election Day. He would rather lose an election than have people vote for him under false pretenses. Plus he did one better than giving an opinion he believed what he said and acted upon what he said unless someone could give a rational reason why he was wrong. His mind was always open to the opposition’s point of view but it was very rare that someone could add to his well-reasoned positions. Be careful not to attribute current laws that may have been enacted by people that did not have the high standards of Theodore Roosevelt. As you read or listen to these volumes please note his ability to consider many points of view and his ability to assess harm that will be done if laws are not enacted in the best interest of all. It is very hard to find tax laws today that are fair. I say this, as I am about to invest my yearly month getting ready to pay taxes. Than I need to pay someone to file them another great deal of money. Somehow our public servants have determined that this is good for the economy because it creates jobs. But this is a subject that has yet to have a meaningful forum for adequate discussion.

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 1

THE TAXATION OF CORPORATIONS  - Document or Speech 1

THE TAXATION OF FRANCHISES  - Document or Speech 2

JUST TAXATION AND STATE REGULATION OF CORPORATIONS -  Document or Speech 3

NATIONAL SUPERVISION OF GREAT COMBINATIONS OF
CAPITAL AND LABOR  - Document or Speech 4

THE CHURCH AND OUR INDUSTRIAL PROBLEMS  - Document or Speech 5

THE RIGHT ATTITUDE TOWARD LABOR PROBLEMS- Document or Speech 6

NECESSITY OF ESTABLISHING FEDERAL SOVEREIGNTY
OVER “TRUSTS”-  Document or Speech 7

THE RELATION OF CORPORATIONS TO THE PUBLIC - Document or Speech 8

WISE AND UNWISE METHODS OF REMEDYING TRUST
EVILS - Document or Speech 9

LIMITATIONS ON THE AID GOVERNMENT CAN GIVE
THE INDIVIDUAL  - Document or Speech 10

PROBLEMS   GROWING OUT OF   MODERN   INDUSTRIAL
REVOLUTION  - Document or Speech 11

THE ORGANIZATION OF LABOR   - Document or Speech 12

THE TRUSTS AND THE TARIFF - Document or Speech 13

TARIFF REFORM AND BUSINESS STABILITY - Document or Speech 14

INDUSTRIAL PEACE  - Document or Speech 15

PRESIDENT MCKINLEY'S POLICY - Document or Speech 16

PROGRESS MADE TOWARD FEDERAL CONTROL OF
CORPORATIONS  - Document or Speech 17

PROSPERITY AND THE TARIFF.   - Document or Speech 18
WHAT THE GOVERNMENT CAN Do FOR THE WAGE
EARNERS  - Document or Speech 19
TRUST LEGISLATION  - Document or Speech 20

THE ANTHRACITE COAL COMMISSION   -  Document or Speech 21

LIBERTY   THROUGH   LAW    Document or Speech 22

SUPREMACY OF LAW -   Document or Speech 23

CLASS GOVERNMENT  - Document or Speech 24

GOVERNMENT EMPLOY AND THE LABOR UNIONS   - Document or Speech 25

NATIONAL REGULATION OF ALL CORPORATIONS DOING
AN INTERSTATE BUSINESS    - Document or Speech 26

DESIRABILITY OF A   SECRETARY OF   CHAMBER AND
COMMERCE  - Document or Speech 27

TARIFF AND RECIPROCITY  -  Document or Speech 28

HIGHEST LEVEL OF PROSPERITY EVER ATTAINED  -   Document or Speech 29

REGULATION OF INTERSTATE COMMERCE  -  Document or Speech 30

THE NEED OF AN ELASTIC CURRENCY    -  Document or Speech 31

RELATIONS OF ORGANIZED CAPITAL AND ORGANIZED
LABOR   -  Document or Speech 32

THE NEW SECRETARYSHIP OF COMMERCE AND LABOR  -   Document or Speech 33

SAFETY APPLIANCES ON RAILWAYS   - Document or Speech 34

RECORD OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY ON CURRENCY,
TARIFF, AND TRUSTS  - Document or Speech 35

DEFENSE OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY'S RECORD ON
INDUSTRIAL AFFAIRS   - Document or Speech 36

CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS   FROM   CORPORATIONS  -  Document or Speech 37
 
THE PRESERVATION OF ORDER IN LABOR TROUBLES  -  Document or Speech 38

EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY     -  Document or Speech 39

SAFETY APPLIANCES ON RAILWAYS   -  Document or Speech 40

LABOR UNIONS AMONG GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES  - Document or Speech 41

CHILD LABOR   - Document or Speech 42

INADEQUACY OF STATE CONTROL OF GREAT CORPORATIONS                                                                                                      Document or Speech 43

OUR RESPONSIBILITIES AS A NATION   - Document or Speech 44

MATERIAL WELFARE AND THE SPIRITUAL LIFE -  Document or Speech 45

THE SQUARE DEAL -  Document or Speech 46

RAILWAY LEGISLATION -  Document or Speech 47

FAIR TREATMENT OF THE RICH MAN -  Document or Speech 48

REGULATION OF RAILWAY RATES    - Document or Speech 49

FEDERAL SUPERVISION OVER COMBINATIONS OF
CAPITAL AND LABOR      -  Document or Speech 50

THE USE OF VIOLENCE IN LABOR TROUBLES.  -  Document or Speech 51

FEDERAL SUPERVISION OF RAILWAYS AS AN
EXECUTIVE FUNCTION   -  Document or Speech 52

ENFORCEMENT OF LAW THE FIRST REQUISITE OF
CIVILIZATION  - Document or Speech 53

FALSE STANDARDS RESULTING FROM SWOLLEN
 FORTUNES -  Document or Speech 54

TEMPERANCE AND THE WAGE EARNERS   -   Document or Speech 55

EFFORTS OF CORPORATIONS TO OBSTRUCT THE
 ADMINISTRATION OF THE LAW   -  Document or Speech 56

EACH Man to be Treated on His Worth as a Man   -Document or Speech 57                                                              

ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROL OF RAILWAYS    -  Document or Speech 58

THE SPIRIT IN WHICH NEW PROBLEMS MUST BE FACED -  Document or Speech 59

CORPORATE ACTIVITY AND LAW HONESTY  -  Document or Speech 60

THE SPIRIT OF CLASS ANTAGONISM  -  Document or Speech 61

THE OBJECTS OF RATE REGULATION    - Document or Speech 62

FEDERAL SUPERVISION OF CORPORATIONS AND
 REGULATION OF RAILWAY RATES    Document or Speech 63

EMPLOYERS’ LIABILITY    -  Document or Speech 64

LABOR LEGISLATION FOR WASHINGTON  -  Document or Speech 65

INJUNCTIONS IN LABOR DISPUTES   - Document or Speech 66

CHILD LABOR AND WOMAN LABOR -  Document or Speech 67

FEDERAL INVESTIGATIONS OF LABOR DISPUTES   - Document or Speech 68

RIGHT   PRINCIPLES   FOR   THE   SOLUTION   OF LABOR
PROBLEMS - Document or Speech 69

FEDERAL REGULATION OF INSURANCE   -  Document or Speech 70

A MAXIMUM AND MINIMUM TARIFF    -   Document or Speech 71

ELASTICITY OF THE CURRENCY  -  Document or Speech 72