Definition of Bull Moose Party
1. Noun. A former political party in the United States; founded by Theodore Roosevelt during the presidential campaign of 1912; its emblem was a picture of a bull moose.
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1. The Old-fashioned Woman: Primitive Fancies about the Sex by Elsie Worthington Clews Parsons (1913)
"One of the most biting taunts of the anti- abolitionists was a reminder to their opponents that they were associated with women. The Bull Moose party has ..."
2. Political Summary of the United States, 1789-1920 by Ernest Fletcher Clymer (1920)
"PROGRESSIVE OR Bull Moose Party—1912 First entered the political arena as a separate and distinct party in 1912. For a number of years the planks of its ..."
3. Press Reference Library by International News Service (1915)
"... forces from the Convention and the subsequent organization of the Bull Moose party, which named Roosevelt and Johnson for President and Vice President. ..."
4. Some of Mayor Gaynor's Letters and Speeches by William Jay Gaynor (1913)
"Only a man that knows nothing says any such thing as that. We have a Bull Moose party now, made up in six months or less, and half of those who are in ..."
5. A History of the United States for the Grammar Grades by Robert Green Hall, Harriet Smither, Clarence Ousley (1920)
"Roosevelt's supporters bolted and organized the Progressive party, popularly called the "Bull Moose" party. Advocating government control of the trusts, ..."