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Professor Richard Sylla shares lessons from past elections and their impact on financial markets

Excerpt from WealthTrack -- "[Theodore Roosevelt] was very independent and a lot of the republican leadership didn't trust him. The republicans were the business party. Teddy Roosevelt was a trust buster and so he kind of alienated some of his own party by pursuing large corporations and breaking them up. They thought a good republican president should be pro-business... so he was somebody who bucked the center of his party."

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