Why the trusts and bosses oppose the Progressive Party

Roosevelt, Theodore , 1858-1919
President Theodore Roosevelt delivers a speech entitled "Why the trusts and bosses oppose the Progressive Party".
Progressive Party (1912), Presidents -- United States -- Election -- 1912
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