This is a 16 slide, highly animated, power point presentations on US Presidential Elections - Election of 1908, 1912 & 1916 - Taft-Wilson. Each of the presentation slides are editable so you can change it to fit your individual needs.
In the election of 1908, The predominant campaign issue was Roosevelt. His record as a reformer countered Bryan’s reformist reputation, and Taft promised to carry on Roosevelt’s policies. Business leaders campaigned for Taft. Despite running a vigorous campaign against the nation's business elite, Bryan suffered the worst loss of his three presidential campaigns.
In the election of 1912, the election was affected by Roosevelt's decision to form a new party. The combined vote for Taft and Roosevelt indicated that if the Republican party had not split, they would have won the presidency; the total cast for Wilson, Roosevelt, and Debs spoke to the people’s endorsement of progressive reform.
In the 1916 election, Democrats stressed that Wilson kept us out of the war! Wilson's re-election marked the first time that a Democratic Party candidate had won 2 consecutive Presidential elections since Andrew Jackson won re-election in the 1832 election.
The presentation covers the following:
ELECTION OF 1908
ELECTION OF 1912
Costly Party Split
ELECTION OF 1916
End of Presentation
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