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Woodrow Wilson and Theodore Roosevelts brand of conservatism were very similar Wilson and Roosevelt were of socially secure background even though Wilson did go through a time of poverty and frustration Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson both favored a laissez-faire style of government although Wilson disliked the idea of a laissez-faire government at the beginning of his political career Roosevelt and Wilson stood for the general welfare rather than any special interest They both disliked the labor and Populist movements In his political and historical writing Wilson often expressed the same general prejudice that young Theodore Roosevelt showed Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson were suspicious of the trusts but neither knew what to do about business combinations Wilson and Roosevelt were also late converts to the main body of progressive views Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson differed in some aspects of their views Wilsons conservatism was based upon a deliberate and reasoned philosophy of politics and social change While Roosevelts with its suppressed tendency toward violence seemed like a nervous tic Wilson made room for change in his philosophy reform and as an organic principle Roosevelt left no room for change in his philosophy Theodore Roosevelts switch to progressivism was not a change of views but rather a violent change in language prompted by the call of ambition Hofstadter views Woodrow Wilson and Theodore Roosevelt in two different lights Hofstadter likes what both Wilson and Roosevelt did but he thinks that Roosevelt had ulterior motives Hofstadter says In Roosevelt there appears to be no real movement of the mind because the mind has hardly ever come into focus Hofstadter repeatedly puts Roosevelt down for doing things only to keep others from becoming angry with him Roosevelt was afraid to help out the worker Murphy 2 because he thought that the business would become angry with him A lot of what Roosevelt did was for his own personal gain Hofstadter says that Theodore
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