It would be the next successor of the president that would be left with all these problems.
President Theodore Roosevelt believed highly in a direct democracy, he favored the idea of people deciding what they want with government.
After the American Revolution, Americans, who were free of British control, started to reevaluate politics, the economy and society.
After breaking away from what they thought was a corrupt and evil government, Americans changed how they wanted to govern their society, even though they ultimately reverted to a more centralized government similar to Britain.
The first and most widespread of these reasons was the development of the suburbs.
As masses of Southern blacks migrated northward to the big cities, more rich and middle-class families left to live in the suburbs t...
President Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson both helped create a more direct democracy in which the people would have a voice.
During those thirty years, amendments 16 to 19 were ratified to regulate and reform the country.
The uneducated masses, as viewed by the elite, didn’t experience a lot of change though the ideals from the The Philadelphia society for the promotion of agriculture in 1786, handed out a medal, which said, “venerate the plough” (Document F).
This demonstrates how the elite were still “rewarding” the common people who weren’t financially better off than before the revolution.