Rugged individualism BY:ciana lopez

WHAT//Rugged individualism was a phrase used often by Herbert Hoover during his time as president. It refers to the idea that each individual should be able to help themselves out, and that the government does not need to involve itself in people's economic lives nor in national economics in general.
WHO//Herbert Hoover's "Philosophy of Rugged Individualism" Campaign Speech. On October 22, 1928, Herbert Hoover gave the penultimate speech of his successful presidential campaign entitled, "Principles and Ideals of the United States Government."
WHERE//Rugged individualism began in the u.s when our sock market crashed.
WHEN// On October 22, 1928, Herbert Hoover gave the penultimate speech of his successful presidential campaign entitled, "Principles and Ideals of the United States Government."

HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE - The phrase is often associated with policies of the Republican party and was widely used by the Republican president Herbert Hoover.

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