The National Portrait Gallery is open to the public Wed - Sun, with timed-entry passes required for all visitors. On-site tours and events are currently suspended and all public programs will be online
National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution
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Historians view the four-way 1912 election as one of the most interesting in American history. Former president Theodore Roosevelt formed his Bull Moose Party and ran on "New Nationalism," a program of government regulation of corporations. Eugene Debs ran as a socialist candidate; President William Howard Taft ran for reelection as the Republican candidate. Woodrow Wilson, the Democratic Party nominee, ran on a reform platform known as the "New Freedom," which pledged to break up concentrations of wealth and power and restore competiveness to the economy.