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Poster Print of American cartoon by Clifford Berryman, c1909, showing President Theodore Roosevelt

American cartoon by Clifford Berryman, c1909, showing President Theodore Roosevelt slaying those trusts he considered bad for the public interest while restraining those whose business practices he considered good for the country
American cartoon by Clifford Berryman, c1909, showing President Theodore Roosevelt slaying those trusts he considered bad for the public interest while restraining those whose business practices he considered good for the country
T. ROOSEVELT CARTOON, 1909. American cartoon by Clifford Berryman, c1909, showing President Theodore Roosevelt slaying those trusts he considered "bad" for the public interest while restraining those whose business practices he considered "good" for the country.

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Poster Print of American cartoon by Clifford Berryman, c1909, showing President Theodore Roosevelt slaying those trusts he considered bad for the public interest while restraining those whose business practices he considered good for the country

T. ROOSEVELT CARTOON, 1909.
American cartoon by Clifford Berryman, c1909, showing President Theodore Roosevelt slaying those trusts he considered "bad" for the public interest while restraining those whose business practices he considered "good" for the country

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1909 , America , American , Bear , Berryman , Cartoon , Clifford , Commerce , Early , Monopoly , Politics , President , Progressive Era , Republican Party , Roosevelt , Teddy Bear , Theodore , Trust

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