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What was the philosophy behind Theodore Roosevelt's “Square Deal”? A. opportunity for all B. to the victor goes the spoils C. rugged individualism is the answer D. an equal distribution of the wealth will cure society's ills
An equal distribution of the wealth will cure society's ills -was the philosophy behind Theodore Roosevelt's “Square Deal”.
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