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O'Connell, Kim A. William Howard Taft. Berkeley Heights, . LC Call Number: E762. William Howard Taft: Twenty-Seventh President, 1909-1913. New York: Children's Press, 2007.
And President William Howard Taft, a man of great stature - well, he got stuck in a bathtub. Now how did he get unstuck? Author Mac Barnett and illustrator Chris Van Dusen bring their full comedic weight to this legendary story, imagining a parade of clueless cabinet members advising the exasperated president, leading up to a hugely satisfying, hilarious finale. Out of office after 1909, Roosevelt’s bolt of the Republican party guaranteed the election of Woodrow Wilson in 1912. As an elder statesman Taft became one of the strongest advocates for American participation in the League of Nations.
William Howard Taft: An Intimate History ) . This book is a study of the internationalism of William Howard Taft
William Howard Taft: An Intimate History ) How could a politically unambitious man like William Howard Taft, who yearned for only one post, a seat on the Supreme Court, be chosen for ever higher national offices and ultimately win the presidency, a triumph he did not want? . This book is a study of the internationalism of William Howard Taft. In the months after war broke out in 1914, Taft was second only to Woodrow Wilson in his awareness of the need to preserve the peace of the world through a new version of international organization.
Learn what inspired President Taft to implement Dollar Diplomacy - getting Americans to invest money in other countries to maintain global influence - from 1909. The Republican William Howard Taft worked as a judge in Ohio Superior Court and in the . Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals before accepting a post as the first civilian governor of the Philippines in 1900. In 1904, Taft took on the role of secretary of war in the administration of Theodore Roosevelt, who threw his support to the Ohioan as his successor in 1908.
William Howard Taft got the job not because he was from Ohio, although his Buckeye roots didn’t hurt. He got it because Theodore Roosevelt deluded himself into thinking that Taft would continue the Roosevelt legacy into the third term the Rough Rider forswore after 7 1/2 years in office. Or perhaps it was Taft who deluded Roosevelt.