Benjamin Harrison


Which future president did Harrison appoint to the position of civil service commissioner?

In 1889, Harrison appointed a young Theodore Roosevelt to the position of civil service commissioner. Roosevelt traveled the country and fought hard to enforce the Pendleton Act and further civil service reform.


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