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James Chace

Originally posted August 2004

1912

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Both sides are telling us that the presidential election of 2004 is one of the most critically important elections of our time. Truth is, most elections are quite important, albeit in different ways. Historian James Chace shows us how the election that pitted Woodrow Wilson, William Howard Taft and Theodore Roosevelt against each other was, in fact, critically important to the nation.




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