Teddy Roosevelt was a man of respect, honor, and dignity. During his presidency, he accomplished many things that we still remember and discuss. Roosevelt used his outgoing personality and popularity to progress his programs. He believed that the power should belong to the people, not the government. He set up the Meat Inspection Act and the Pure Food and Drug Act. He thought that workers should have a Square Deal and he also put conservation into use. Teddy believed in civil rights and did some things that had never been done before.
After reading The Jungle, Teddy thought that it was time he appointed some experts to investigate the meatpacking industry. What they were calling "potted ham consisted of ground rope and pigskin. That was enough for Ro