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Roosevelt became president at a time of rising racism and Jim Crow segregation as well as a large wave of immigrants from Asia, Eastern Europe, and Southern Europe, and ongoing tensions between the federal government and native Americans. He embraced many of the racist views of his era, but on this issue, too, he was full of contradictions. While serving as New York governor, Roosevelt frequently had black guests to dinner, and even invited some of them to sleep — views not widely accepted among people of his class background and political position. Reflecting the white supremacist “manifest destiny” views of the time, he justified U.S. imperialism with his belief that the superior white race had an obligation to lift up color around the world. He referred to white Americans as “the forward race,” who had the responsibility to raise the status of minorities through training “the backward race[s] in industrial efficiency, political capacity and domestic morality.” He believe that white people had a responsibility of “preserving the high civilization wrought out by its forefathers.”

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