What About Woodrow Wilson Appeared to Theodore Roosevelt's Supporters Like

Question 43
Multiple Choice

What about Woodrow Wilson appeared to Theodore Roosevelt's supporters like a relic of the past? A) In his speeches, Wilson spoke about "waiving the bloody shirt" and invoked the divisions of the Civil War. B) Wilson frequently reminded Americans of the noble goals of the populist movement of the 1890s. C) Wilson spoke too much about the mistakes he thought Republicans had made in the past, such as the annexation of the Philippines. D) Wilson was committed to programs that aided small businessmen and seemed to deny the inevitability of economic concentration. E) Wilson's wife and many children made him look rural and unsophisticated, in contrast to the urban-based supporters of Roosevelt.