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"I did it, Dad, with my little hatchet"

Bush, Charles Green, 1842-1909
Cartoon depicting President Roosevelt standing in front of a tree labeled "The Trusts." Uncle Sam, a symbolic character, stands on the other side of the tree. Hanging from the tree are apples labeled: "beef", "gas", "sugar", "steel", "oil", "coal", and "cooper".
Presidents--Caricatures and cartoons, Uncle Sam (Symbolic character), Antitrust law--U.S. states
Theodore Roosevelt Center
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