Roosevelt (who famously believed every man deserved a "square deal") and his supporters left the Republican National Convention that year and later re-emerged as the Progressive Party. He told reporters he felt "strong as a bull moose," giving the group its unofficial nickname. The new party proposed what at the time were considered radical social, economic and political reforms such as allowing women to vote, limiting corporate contributions to campaigns, prohibition of child labor, a minimum wage for workers and protection of our natural resources.
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